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Felixstowe: Meeting to discuss new store proposals has been cancelled

15:18 17 December 2012

The old railways sidings site where Albourne Properties propose to build a new superstore for Felixstowe - looking from the Garrison Lane bridge back towards the town centre.

The old railways sidings site where Albourne Properties propose to build a new superstore for Felixstowe - looking from the Garrison Lane bridge back towards the town centre.

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A MEETING which was due to be held to discuss Albourne Property plc’s plans for a new supermarket in Felixstowe has been cancelled.

The town council’s additional plans committee was due to meet at Walton Community Hall at 9.30am on Wednesday.

Scores of people were expected to attend the meeting over the proposed new superstore near the railway station.

A spokeswoman for the town council said the meeting has been cancelled due to sickness.

A new date for the meeting is not expected to be made until after the new year.

The spokeswoman added: “Such late notice is regrettable, however this is unavoidable in the circumstances.”

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