Let's see what the town's folk want
I WRITE concerning the Louth Cattle Market, it seems East Lindsey wishes to plough ahead with the sale of this site irrespective of what the majority of Louth residents want.
The views over this piece of land are very strong within the town of Louth, so why on earth don't they have a referendum to see what the town's folk truly want.
Chase and Partners acknowledge some small shopkeepers - for instance Bakers, Grocers and Greengrocers could feel the pinch, but suggests some withstand the competition based on their reputation. Are Chase and Partners on this earth or fuller's earth? They seem to be out of step with their understanding of the present day High Street, situations around the UK. Some bright spark has even suggested two of the possible supermarkets may also sell fuel. Think of the fuel stations that have served Louth loyally over the years, in Skegness recently a garage there after many years has ceased selling fuel - not able to compete with the supermarkets?
The people of Louth should insist on a referendum, the councillors at Tedder Hall, are totally clueless when it comes to the requirements of the townsfolk of Louth.
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As for Mr Charlesworth, of Louth, his pleas have been answered, with Aldi, who have earmarked the old Maltings site for their supermarket development. (Just make sure they only sell food).
Terence Bowler Alford