Leekes in relocation threat

April 2002
Cabinet Maker;4/5/2002, Issue 5281, p2
Trade Publication
Reports the relocation threat for welsh retailer Leekes due to the problem in road access in England. Demand of the three-store chain to improve the 200-meter single lane access road; Danger in the delivery of goods; Declaration of car accidents.


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