J Dixon shelves expansion plans

December 2004
Cabinet Maker;12/17/2004, Issue 5419, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that Cumbrian chain J Dixon has shelved plans for a multimillion pound expansion at its Dunmall Park, Workington complex, England, after council opposition. The plan had taken three years to develop. More than 1,000 people wrote to the council supporting the application for the Brownfield site. Bill Dixon, director said told the application did not contain enough evidence convince the ofticials to from the local plan. The council is seeking to gain planning consent for land it owns next door to J. Dixon which would allow a supermarket to be built on the Greenfield site.


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