Plan to open a Tesco Express on site of former Ordnance Survey home in Southampton

Daily Echo: Tesco plan for old Ordnance Survey site Tesco plan for old Ordnance Survey site

A TESCO Express could be built on the site of Ordnance Survey’s former home in Southampton.

The store, which could create up to 30 jobs, could form part of the final phase of redevelopment at the site.

By the time building work is completed by December 2015, the site in Romsey Road will house almost 400 new homes.

The former William Roy Building, which once housed 5,000 ||workers, was demolished last year as Ordnance Survey moved to new offices at Adanac Park.

Construction giant Kier, which built the firm’s new headquarters, then bought the Romsey Road site and launched plans to turn it into one of the biggest new housing developments in the city.

Construction is well under way on two sections of the 24-acre site.

Barratt Homes is building 141 apartments and houses as part of the Cardinal Park development to the south of the site.

And Taylor Wimpey is building 179 homes to the north as part of its Compass Point development.

The project has created about 200 construction jobs.

Now Kier has applied to Southampton City Council for the final part of the project.

Their application is for 43 houses, 23 flats, a 4,113 sq ft convenience store and a 1,000 sq ft retail or cafe unit.

A spokesman for Kier confirmed they are in discussions with Tesco about setting up an Express store in the larger unit if permission is granted.

A spokesman for the firm said: “We are delighted and proud to be in the final stages of this exciting mixed-use development. “From the initial and successful relocation of the Royal Ordnance Survey office to Adanac Park in Nursling, to these closing phases, the development has remained positive and innovative throughout in generating mixed-use opportunities for the local area.”

A spokesman for Tesco said: “We’re always looking for opportunities and we are aware of this particular site. “Should we bring forward any firm proposals we will of course consult with the local community over our plans.”

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8:05am Sat 30 Nov 13

Maine Lobster says...

With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.
With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring. Maine Lobster

8:22am Sat 30 Nov 13

SOULJACKER says...

Maine Lobster wrote:
With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.
This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc.......
It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up).
Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane!
[quote][p][bold]Maine Lobster[/bold] wrote: With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.[/p][/quote]This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc....... It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up). Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane! SOULJACKER

8:50am Sat 30 Nov 13

loosehead says...

Thought they had already bought the Maybush pub to do just that?
Thought they had already bought the Maybush pub to do just that? loosehead

9:45am Sat 30 Nov 13

Hieronymus says...

There is no need for another Tesco shop in the area. It's just another opportunity for Tesco to increase their predatory retail dominance and to kill off local businesses and reduce shopping choice and diversity. Visit Tescoply on Google to find out how to oppose the application. Why can't the council do something to encourage independent shops?
There is no need for another Tesco shop in the area. It's just another opportunity for Tesco to increase their predatory retail dominance and to kill off local businesses and reduce shopping choice and diversity. Visit Tescoply on Google to find out how to oppose the application. Why can't the council do something to encourage independent shops? Hieronymus

9:55am Sat 30 Nov 13

good-gosh says...

Another 200 years and the whole of Europe will be called Tesco (except Scotland)
Another 200 years and the whole of Europe will be called Tesco (except Scotland) good-gosh

9:59am Sat 30 Nov 13

MisterGrimsdale says...

Wahey, another shop!! That's the way to get the economy back on its feet - we just build shops. THousands and thousands of shops..... and the old local council's regeneration favourite - the "hotel and leisure complex.......(PS plus shops)". Yes that will work.. After all it's not like we've been doing that for the last 25 years and it's not like our economy has suffered in any way is it. And it's not like the council chased away new investment in factories and power stations in Southampton is it.
Wahey, another shop!! That's the way to get the economy back on its feet - we just build shops. THousands and thousands of shops..... and the old local council's regeneration favourite - the "hotel and leisure complex.......(PS plus shops)". Yes that will work.. After all it's not like we've been doing that for the last 25 years and it's not like our economy has suffered in any way is it. And it's not like the council chased away new investment in factories and power stations in Southampton is it. MisterGrimsdale

10:17am Sat 30 Nov 13

loosehead says...

Hieronymus wrote:
There is no need for another Tesco shop in the area. It's just another opportunity for Tesco to increase their predatory retail dominance and to kill off local businesses and reduce shopping choice and diversity. Visit Tescoply on Google to find out how to oppose the application. Why can't the council do something to encourage independent shops?
when I went up to Liverpool on nearly every street there was a Tesco express there was even one next door to a Tesco Hypermarket?
[quote][p][bold]Hieronymus[/bold] wrote: There is no need for another Tesco shop in the area. It's just another opportunity for Tesco to increase their predatory retail dominance and to kill off local businesses and reduce shopping choice and diversity. Visit Tescoply on Google to find out how to oppose the application. Why can't the council do something to encourage independent shops?[/p][/quote]when I went up to Liverpool on nearly every street there was a Tesco express there was even one next door to a Tesco Hypermarket? loosehead

10:53am Sat 30 Nov 13

andysaints007 says...

SOULJACKER wrote:
Maine Lobster wrote:
With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.
This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc.......
It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up).
Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane!
Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then!
[quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maine Lobster[/bold] wrote: With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.[/p][/quote]This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc....... It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up). Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane![/p][/quote]Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then! andysaints007

11:07am Sat 30 Nov 13

southy says...

Not Tesco,s there are to many in the area all ready. Ask the Co-op first who have a shop just across the road
Not Tesco,s there are to many in the area all ready. Ask the Co-op first who have a shop just across the road southy

11:14am Sat 30 Nov 13

southy says...

loosehead wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:
There is no need for another Tesco shop in the area. It's just another opportunity for Tesco to increase their predatory retail dominance and to kill off local businesses and reduce shopping choice and diversity. Visit Tescoply on Google to find out how to oppose the application. Why can't the council do something to encourage independent shops?
when I went up to Liverpool on nearly every street there was a Tesco express there was even one next door to a Tesco Hypermarket?
Labour like the Tory's and Lib/Dems are not interested in the independent shops, while the independent shops have to pay full tax and rent on the shop building, Tesco's and other big corporations get a reduction in tax and rent making it an unfair market place.
Its not jobs that they want to create as the independent shops are more likely to employ more people per meter of space that they take up, directly or indirectly
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hieronymus[/bold] wrote: There is no need for another Tesco shop in the area. It's just another opportunity for Tesco to increase their predatory retail dominance and to kill off local businesses and reduce shopping choice and diversity. Visit Tescoply on Google to find out how to oppose the application. Why can't the council do something to encourage independent shops?[/p][/quote]when I went up to Liverpool on nearly every street there was a Tesco express there was even one next door to a Tesco Hypermarket?[/p][/quote]Labour like the Tory's and Lib/Dems are not interested in the independent shops, while the independent shops have to pay full tax and rent on the shop building, Tesco's and other big corporations get a reduction in tax and rent making it an unfair market place. Its not jobs that they want to create as the independent shops are more likely to employ more people per meter of space that they take up, directly or indirectly southy

11:54am Sat 30 Nov 13

SOULJACKER says...

andysaints007 wrote:
SOULJACKER wrote:
Maine Lobster wrote:
With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.
This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc.......
It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up).
Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane!
Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then!
For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created!

Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too!

YOU PLANK!
[quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maine Lobster[/bold] wrote: With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.[/p][/quote]This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc....... It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up). Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane![/p][/quote]Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then![/p][/quote]For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created! Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too! YOU PLANK! SOULJACKER

12:25pm Sat 30 Nov 13

03alpe01 says...

Yes! Wahoo! Brilliant! Just what the area needs! ANOTHER Tesco Express!
Yes! Wahoo! Brilliant! Just what the area needs! ANOTHER Tesco Express! 03alpe01

12:41pm Sat 30 Nov 13

crazyoldman says...

Welcome to Southampton Tesco - Gateway to the South
Welcome to Southampton Tesco - Gateway to the South crazyoldman

1:27pm Sat 30 Nov 13

Cyber__Fug says...

Planning applications that are challenged purely based on commercial reasons will never be considered.
Planning applications that are challenged purely based on commercial reasons will never be considered. Cyber__Fug

1:38pm Sat 30 Nov 13

03alpe01 says...

Cyber__Fug wrote:
Planning applications that are challenged purely based on commercial reasons will never be considered.
I know, as I have found out myself
[quote][p][bold]Cyber__Fug[/bold] wrote: Planning applications that are challenged purely based on commercial reasons will never be considered.[/p][/quote]I know, as I have found out myself 03alpe01

2:16pm Sat 30 Nov 13

Riki tee says...

loosehead wrote:
Thought they had already bought the Maybush pub to do just that?
There's flats and 3 houses Being built there
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Thought they had already bought the Maybush pub to do just that?[/p][/quote]There's flats and 3 houses Being built there Riki tee

2:25pm Sat 30 Nov 13

acid drop says...

good-gosh wrote:
Another 200 years and the whole of Europe will be called Tesco (except Scotland)
Scotland will be called McDonalds
[quote][p][bold]good-gosh[/bold] wrote: Another 200 years and the whole of Europe will be called Tesco (except Scotland)[/p][/quote]Scotland will be called McDonalds acid drop

3:28pm Sat 30 Nov 13

loosehead says...

Riki tee wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Thought they had already bought the Maybush pub to do just that?
There's flats and 3 houses Being built there
when I first saw that the Maybush had been shut down I asked a regular user of that pub I was told Tesco's had built it & all the other shops had complained about it not wanting it to be Tesco's so it's now going to be more flats? will they be one bedroomed & housing association just out of interest?
[quote][p][bold]Riki tee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Thought they had already bought the Maybush pub to do just that?[/p][/quote]There's flats and 3 houses Being built there[/p][/quote]when I first saw that the Maybush had been shut down I asked a regular user of that pub I was told Tesco's had built it & all the other shops had complained about it not wanting it to be Tesco's so it's now going to be more flats? will they be one bedroomed & housing association just out of interest? loosehead

4:14pm Sat 30 Nov 13

elvisimo says...

southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:
There is no need for another Tesco shop in the area. It's just another opportunity for Tesco to increase their predatory retail dominance and to kill off local businesses and reduce shopping choice and diversity. Visit Tescoply on Google to find out how to oppose the application. Why can't the council do something to encourage independent shops?
when I went up to Liverpool on nearly every street there was a Tesco express there was even one next door to a Tesco Hypermarket?
Labour like the Tory's and Lib/Dems are not interested in the independent shops, while the independent shops have to pay full tax and rent on the shop building, Tesco's and other big corporations get a reduction in tax and rent making it an unfair market place.
Its not jobs that they want to create as the independent shops are more likely to employ more people per meter of space that they take up, directly or indirectly
You are a moron
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hieronymus[/bold] wrote: There is no need for another Tesco shop in the area. It's just another opportunity for Tesco to increase their predatory retail dominance and to kill off local businesses and reduce shopping choice and diversity. Visit Tescoply on Google to find out how to oppose the application. Why can't the council do something to encourage independent shops?[/p][/quote]when I went up to Liverpool on nearly every street there was a Tesco express there was even one next door to a Tesco Hypermarket?[/p][/quote]Labour like the Tory's and Lib/Dems are not interested in the independent shops, while the independent shops have to pay full tax and rent on the shop building, Tesco's and other big corporations get a reduction in tax and rent making it an unfair market place. Its not jobs that they want to create as the independent shops are more likely to employ more people per meter of space that they take up, directly or indirectly[/p][/quote]You are a moron elvisimo

6:18pm Sat 30 Nov 13

bucktoom says...

Great! Just what we need- yet Another Tesco.

Wouldn't mind anything else but Tesco seems to have a target base of drinkers, smokers and fatty food eaters.
Great! Just what we need- yet Another Tesco. Wouldn't mind anything else but Tesco seems to have a target base of drinkers, smokers and fatty food eaters. bucktoom

6:26pm Sat 30 Nov 13

good-gosh says...

bucktoom wrote:
Great! Just what we need- yet Another Tesco.

Wouldn't mind anything else but Tesco seems to have a target base of drinkers, smokers and fatty food eaters.
Surely you don’t mean the people of Maybush?
[quote][p][bold]bucktoom[/bold] wrote: Great! Just what we need- yet Another Tesco. Wouldn't mind anything else but Tesco seems to have a target base of drinkers, smokers and fatty food eaters.[/p][/quote]Surely you don’t mean the people of Maybush? good-gosh

6:37pm Sat 30 Nov 13

housewife says...

So the Co-op and Nisa across the road and Sainsburys just up the road and are not enough then?
FFS
what the area needs is a a hardware shop DESPERATELY since the one by Sainsburys was forcibly shut down when they expanded
.
HARDWARE SHOP - so we do not have to go to B&Q
So the Co-op and Nisa across the road and Sainsburys just up the road and are not enough then? FFS what the area needs is a a hardware shop DESPERATELY since the one by Sainsburys was forcibly shut down when they expanded . HARDWARE SHOP - so we do not have to go to B&Q housewife

8:15pm Sat 30 Nov 13

andysaints007 says...

SOULJACKER wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
SOULJACKER wrote:
Maine Lobster wrote:
With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.
This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc.......
It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up).
Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane!
Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then!
For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created!

Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too!

YOU PLANK!
Never any traffic when I drive up there everyday. Maybe it's because you are a complete and utter feculant c*untitdinous f*cktard that peope like to pull out in front of you to wind you up. If you put a sticker over the word d*ck that's tattoed on your forehead then maybe you will find things easier. PLANK
[quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maine Lobster[/bold] wrote: With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.[/p][/quote]This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc....... It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up). Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane![/p][/quote]Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then![/p][/quote]For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created! Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too! YOU PLANK![/p][/quote]Never any traffic when I drive up there everyday. Maybe it's because you are a complete and utter feculant c*untitdinous f*cktard that peope like to pull out in front of you to wind you up. If you put a sticker over the word d*ck that's tattoed on your forehead then maybe you will find things easier. PLANK andysaints007

8:16pm Sat 30 Nov 13

andysaints007 says...

andysaints007 wrote:
SOULJACKER wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
SOULJACKER wrote:
Maine Lobster wrote:
With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.
This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc.......
It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up).
Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane!
Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then!
For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created!

Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too!

YOU PLANK!
Never any traffic when I drive up there everyday. Maybe it's because you are a complete and utter feculant c*untitdinous f*cktard that peope like to pull out in front of you to wind you up. If you put a sticker over the word d*ck that's tattoed on your forehead then maybe you will find things easier. PLANK
And stop contantly whinnying about everything and you will find life a lot easier you old duffer.
[quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maine Lobster[/bold] wrote: With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.[/p][/quote]This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc....... It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up). Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane![/p][/quote]Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then![/p][/quote]For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created! Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too! YOU PLANK![/p][/quote]Never any traffic when I drive up there everyday. Maybe it's because you are a complete and utter feculant c*untitdinous f*cktard that peope like to pull out in front of you to wind you up. If you put a sticker over the word d*ck that's tattoed on your forehead then maybe you will find things easier. PLANK[/p][/quote]And stop contantly whinnying about everything and you will find life a lot easier you old duffer. andysaints007

8:38pm Sat 30 Nov 13

SOULJACKER says...

andysaints007 wrote:
SOULJACKER wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
SOULJACKER wrote:
Maine Lobster wrote:
With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.
This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc.......
It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up).
Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane!
Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then!
For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created!

Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too!

YOU PLANK!
Never any traffic when I drive up there everyday. Maybe it's because you are a complete and utter feculant c*untitdinous f*cktard that peope like to pull out in front of you to wind you up. If you put a sticker over the word d*ck that's tattoed on your forehead then maybe you will find things easier. PLANK
Ooooh get you 'peckersnot' you sound like you have popped an eye out there.
Have we spent the afternoon in the pub with the boys & had one too many shandys (hand shandys in your case i would think) you stupid odious little tw@t!
[quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maine Lobster[/bold] wrote: With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.[/p][/quote]This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc....... It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up). Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane![/p][/quote]Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then![/p][/quote]For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created! Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too! YOU PLANK![/p][/quote]Never any traffic when I drive up there everyday. Maybe it's because you are a complete and utter feculant c*untitdinous f*cktard that peope like to pull out in front of you to wind you up. If you put a sticker over the word d*ck that's tattoed on your forehead then maybe you will find things easier. PLANK[/p][/quote]Ooooh get you 'peckersnot' you sound like you have popped an eye out there. Have we spent the afternoon in the pub with the boys & had one too many shandys (hand shandys in your case i would think) you stupid odious little tw@t! SOULJACKER

8:50pm Sat 30 Nov 13

andysaints007 says...

SOULJACKER wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
SOULJACKER wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
SOULJACKER wrote:
Maine Lobster wrote:
With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.
This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc.......
It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up).
Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane!
Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then!
For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created!

Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too!

YOU PLANK!
Never any traffic when I drive up there everyday. Maybe it's because you are a complete and utter feculant c*untitdinous f*cktard that peope like to pull out in front of you to wind you up. If you put a sticker over the word d*ck that's tattoed on your forehead then maybe you will find things easier. PLANK
And stop contantly whinnying about everything and you will find life a lot easier you old duffer.
And you can suck my d!ck & die, but then you probably do alot of that up the bogs of the old Bittern brewery with your hard mates don't you.
I knew that I had seen you somewhere before! Next time you go flashing in the loos up ther, you might get more response from me if it isn't limp - like all the other times you come on to me you old perv xx
[quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maine Lobster[/bold] wrote: With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.[/p][/quote]This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc....... It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up). Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane![/p][/quote]Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then![/p][/quote]For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created! Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too! YOU PLANK![/p][/quote]Never any traffic when I drive up there everyday. Maybe it's because you are a complete and utter feculant c*untitdinous f*cktard that peope like to pull out in front of you to wind you up. If you put a sticker over the word d*ck that's tattoed on your forehead then maybe you will find things easier. PLANK[/p][/quote]And stop contantly whinnying about everything and you will find life a lot easier you old duffer.[/p][/quote]And you can suck my d!ck & die, but then you probably do alot of that up the bogs of the old Bittern brewery with your hard mates don't you.[/p][/quote]I knew that I had seen you somewhere before! Next time you go flashing in the loos up ther, you might get more response from me if it isn't limp - like all the other times you come on to me you old perv xx andysaints007

9:02pm Sat 30 Nov 13

happysaint says...

Co-op on maybush corner has closed down unless their having a refit
Co-op on maybush corner has closed down unless their having a refit happysaint

12:20am Sun 1 Dec 13

arthur boutfaith says...

andysaints007 wrote:
SOULJACKER wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
SOULJACKER wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
SOULJACKER wrote:
Maine Lobster wrote:
With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.
This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc.......
It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up).
Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane!
Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then!
For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created!

Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too!

YOU PLANK!
Never any traffic when I drive up there everyday. Maybe it's because you are a complete and utter feculant c*untitdinous f*cktard that peope like to pull out in front of you to wind you up. If you put a sticker over the word d*ck that's tattoed on your forehead then maybe you will find things easier. PLANK
And stop contantly whinnying about everything and you will find life a lot easier you old duffer.
And you can suck my d!ck & die, but then you probably do alot of that up the bogs of the old Bittern brewery with your hard mates don't you.
I knew that I had seen you somewhere before! Next time you go flashing in the loos up ther, you might get more response from me if it isn't limp - like all the other times you come on to me you old perv xx
Now, now gentlemen.

I would be grateful if one, if not both of you, could attempt to regulate one's vernacular by simply adding a modicum of decorum.

One hopes there are no Ladies reading this.
[quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maine Lobster[/bold] wrote: With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.[/p][/quote]This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc....... It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up). Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane![/p][/quote]Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then![/p][/quote]For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created! Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too! YOU PLANK![/p][/quote]Never any traffic when I drive up there everyday. Maybe it's because you are a complete and utter feculant c*untitdinous f*cktard that peope like to pull out in front of you to wind you up. If you put a sticker over the word d*ck that's tattoed on your forehead then maybe you will find things easier. PLANK[/p][/quote]And stop contantly whinnying about everything and you will find life a lot easier you old duffer.[/p][/quote]And you can suck my d!ck & die, but then you probably do alot of that up the bogs of the old Bittern brewery with your hard mates don't you.[/p][/quote]I knew that I had seen you somewhere before! Next time you go flashing in the loos up ther, you might get more response from me if it isn't limp - like all the other times you come on to me you old perv xx[/p][/quote]Now, now gentlemen. I would be grateful if one, if not both of you, could attempt to regulate one's vernacular by simply adding a modicum of decorum. One hopes there are no Ladies reading this. arthur boutfaith

9:59am Sun 1 Dec 13

Riki tee says...

loosehead wrote:
Riki tee wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Thought they had already bought the Maybush pub to do just that?
There's flats and 3 houses Being built there
when I first saw that the Maybush had been shut down I asked a regular user of that pub I was told Tesco's had built it & all the other shops had complained about it not wanting it to be Tesco's so it's now going to be more flats? will they be one bedroomed & housing association just out of interest?
Not sure I think there all 2 bed but don't no if private or not, we had a letter through back in the summer informing us of what's being planed for the site, I would emagen private as it's no council land
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Riki tee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Thought they had already bought the Maybush pub to do just that?[/p][/quote]There's flats and 3 houses Being built there[/p][/quote]when I first saw that the Maybush had been shut down I asked a regular user of that pub I was told Tesco's had built it & all the other shops had complained about it not wanting it to be Tesco's so it's now going to be more flats? will they be one bedroomed & housing association just out of interest?[/p][/quote]Not sure I think there all 2 bed but don't no if private or not, we had a letter through back in the summer informing us of what's being planed for the site, I would emagen private as it's no council land Riki tee

12:56pm Sun 1 Dec 13

southy says...

happysaint wrote:
Co-op on maybush corner has closed down unless their having a refit
Well it was meant to be a refit, but they might decide to close it if Tescos are moving across the road. oh by the Way wrong side of the road for Maybush corner.
[quote][p][bold]happysaint[/bold] wrote: Co-op on maybush corner has closed down unless their having a refit[/p][/quote]Well it was meant to be a refit, but they might decide to close it if Tescos are moving across the road. oh by the Way wrong side of the road for Maybush corner. southy

12:58pm Sun 1 Dec 13

southy says...

Riki tee wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Riki tee wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Thought they had already bought the Maybush pub to do just that?
There's flats and 3 houses Being built there
when I first saw that the Maybush had been shut down I asked a regular user of that pub I was told Tesco's had built it & all the other shops had complained about it not wanting it to be Tesco's so it's now going to be more flats? will they be one bedroomed & housing association just out of interest?
Not sure I think there all 2 bed but don't no if private or not, we had a letter through back in the summer informing us of what's being planed for the site, I would emagen private as it's no council land
The whole lot is for the private sector, none for the public sector
[quote][p][bold]Riki tee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Riki tee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Thought they had already bought the Maybush pub to do just that?[/p][/quote]There's flats and 3 houses Being built there[/p][/quote]when I first saw that the Maybush had been shut down I asked a regular user of that pub I was told Tesco's had built it & all the other shops had complained about it not wanting it to be Tesco's so it's now going to be more flats? will they be one bedroomed & housing association just out of interest?[/p][/quote]Not sure I think there all 2 bed but don't no if private or not, we had a letter through back in the summer informing us of what's being planed for the site, I would emagen private as it's no council land[/p][/quote]The whole lot is for the private sector, none for the public sector southy

12:59pm Sun 1 Dec 13

southy says...

elvisimo wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:
There is no need for another Tesco shop in the area. It's just another opportunity for Tesco to increase their predatory retail dominance and to kill off local businesses and reduce shopping choice and diversity. Visit Tescoply on Google to find out how to oppose the application. Why can't the council do something to encourage independent shops?
when I went up to Liverpool on nearly every street there was a Tesco express there was even one next door to a Tesco Hypermarket?
Labour like the Tory's and Lib/Dems are not interested in the independent shops, while the independent shops have to pay full tax and rent on the shop building, Tesco's and other big corporations get a reduction in tax and rent making it an unfair market place.
Its not jobs that they want to create as the independent shops are more likely to employ more people per meter of space that they take up, directly or indirectly
You are a moron
well that go's to show that I am closer to the truth when you can only result insult and not debate
[quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hieronymus[/bold] wrote: There is no need for another Tesco shop in the area. It's just another opportunity for Tesco to increase their predatory retail dominance and to kill off local businesses and reduce shopping choice and diversity. Visit Tescoply on Google to find out how to oppose the application. Why can't the council do something to encourage independent shops?[/p][/quote]when I went up to Liverpool on nearly every street there was a Tesco express there was even one next door to a Tesco Hypermarket?[/p][/quote]Labour like the Tory's and Lib/Dems are not interested in the independent shops, while the independent shops have to pay full tax and rent on the shop building, Tesco's and other big corporations get a reduction in tax and rent making it an unfair market place. Its not jobs that they want to create as the independent shops are more likely to employ more people per meter of space that they take up, directly or indirectly[/p][/quote]You are a moron[/p][/quote]well that go's to show that I am closer to the truth when you can only result insult and not debate southy

2:12pm Sun 1 Dec 13

thinklikealocal says...

southy wrote:
Riki tee wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Riki tee wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Thought they had already bought the Maybush pub to do just that?
There's flats and 3 houses Being built there
when I first saw that the Maybush had been shut down I asked a regular user of that pub I was told Tesco's had built it & all the other shops had complained about it not wanting it to be Tesco's so it's now going to be more flats? will they be one bedroomed & housing association just out of interest?
Not sure I think there all 2 bed but don't no if private or not, we had a letter through back in the summer informing us of what's being planed for the site, I would emagen private as it's no council land
The whole lot is for the private sector, none for the public sector
I thought every development over a certain number of units had to include a percentage of social housing? As far as I understand, Taylor Wimpey are currently building 50 affordable homes on the site due for completion March 2014.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Riki tee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Riki tee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Thought they had already bought the Maybush pub to do just that?[/p][/quote]There's flats and 3 houses Being built there[/p][/quote]when I first saw that the Maybush had been shut down I asked a regular user of that pub I was told Tesco's had built it & all the other shops had complained about it not wanting it to be Tesco's so it's now going to be more flats? will they be one bedroomed & housing association just out of interest?[/p][/quote]Not sure I think there all 2 bed but don't no if private or not, we had a letter through back in the summer informing us of what's being planed for the site, I would emagen private as it's no council land[/p][/quote]The whole lot is for the private sector, none for the public sector[/p][/quote]I thought every development over a certain number of units had to include a percentage of social housing? As far as I understand, Taylor Wimpey are currently building 50 affordable homes on the site due for completion March 2014. thinklikealocal

2:53pm Sun 1 Dec 13

100%HANTSBOY says...

thinklikealocal wrote:
southy wrote:
Riki tee wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Riki tee wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Thought they had already bought the Maybush pub to do just that?
There's flats and 3 houses Being built there
when I first saw that the Maybush had been shut down I asked a regular user of that pub I was told Tesco's had built it & all the other shops had complained about it not wanting it to be Tesco's so it's now going to be more flats? will they be one bedroomed & housing association just out of interest?
Not sure I think there all 2 bed but don't no if private or not, we had a letter through back in the summer informing us of what's being planed for the site, I would emagen private as it's no council land
The whole lot is for the private sector, none for the public sector
I thought every development over a certain number of units had to include a percentage of social housing? As far as I understand, Taylor Wimpey are currently building 50 affordable homes on the site due for completion March 2014.
Oh well done!
You have successfully challenged southy with the true facts,his computer has now gone into Auto-shutdown and that will be the last we will hear from him today!
[quote][p][bold]thinklikealocal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Riki tee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Riki tee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Thought they had already bought the Maybush pub to do just that?[/p][/quote]There's flats and 3 houses Being built there[/p][/quote]when I first saw that the Maybush had been shut down I asked a regular user of that pub I was told Tesco's had built it & all the other shops had complained about it not wanting it to be Tesco's so it's now going to be more flats? will they be one bedroomed & housing association just out of interest?[/p][/quote]Not sure I think there all 2 bed but don't no if private or not, we had a letter through back in the summer informing us of what's being planed for the site, I would emagen private as it's no council land[/p][/quote]The whole lot is for the private sector, none for the public sector[/p][/quote]I thought every development over a certain number of units had to include a percentage of social housing? As far as I understand, Taylor Wimpey are currently building 50 affordable homes on the site due for completion March 2014.[/p][/quote]Oh well done! You have successfully challenged southy with the true facts,his computer has now gone into Auto-shutdown and that will be the last we will hear from him today! 100%HANTSBOY

3:59pm Sun 1 Dec 13

loosehead says...

happysaint wrote:
Co-op on maybush corner has closed down unless their having a refit
went past there today & a lorry (co-op) was unloading goods?
[quote][p][bold]happysaint[/bold] wrote: Co-op on maybush corner has closed down unless their having a refit[/p][/quote]went past there today & a lorry (co-op) was unloading goods? loosehead

6:41pm Sun 1 Dec 13

Inform Al says...

andysaints007 wrote:
SOULJACKER wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
SOULJACKER wrote:
Maine Lobster wrote:
With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.
This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc.......
It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up).
Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane!
Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then!
For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created!

Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too!

YOU PLANK!
Never any traffic when I drive up there everyday. Maybe it's because you are a complete and utter feculant c*untitdinous f*cktard that peope like to pull out in front of you to wind you up. If you put a sticker over the word d*ck that's tattoed on your forehead then maybe you will find things easier. PLANK
Is this a lovers tiff?
[quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maine Lobster[/bold] wrote: With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.[/p][/quote]This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc....... It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up). Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane![/p][/quote]Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then![/p][/quote]For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created! Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too! YOU PLANK![/p][/quote]Never any traffic when I drive up there everyday. Maybe it's because you are a complete and utter feculant c*untitdinous f*cktard that peope like to pull out in front of you to wind you up. If you put a sticker over the word d*ck that's tattoed on your forehead then maybe you will find things easier. PLANK[/p][/quote]Is this a lovers tiff? Inform Al

10:01am Mon 2 Dec 13

andysaints007 says...

Inform Al wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
SOULJACKER wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
SOULJACKER wrote:
Maine Lobster wrote:
With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.
This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc.......
It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up).
Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane!
Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then!
For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created!

Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too!

YOU PLANK!
Never any traffic when I drive up there everyday. Maybe it's because you are a complete and utter feculant c*untitdinous f*cktard that peope like to pull out in front of you to wind you up. If you put a sticker over the word d*ck that's tattoed on your forehead then maybe you will find things easier. PLANK
Is this a lovers tiff?
It's not 'love' - but Souljacker does pay good money for all the lads to show him affection!
[quote][p][bold]Inform Al[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maine Lobster[/bold] wrote: With a co-op and a nisa convenience store already at this location, there cannot be the need or justification for yet another store of this type here, together with the congestion it will bring.[/p][/quote]This is the way all local community shops go in Southampton now....Tesco move in, someone on the council gets rich, Tesco squeeze out the local shops etc, etc....... It will be interesting to see if they get planning permission before hand as the Tesco at Bitterne park never had planning permission until it was in use (they knew the council wouldn't say tear it down once it was up). Another poor decision by Southampton council on the horizon as with the shambles up in Lodge road & Mousehole lane![/p][/quote]Nothing wrong with Mousehole Lane you plank - do you own the other shop there then![/p][/quote]For your information you complete Nob jockey, I have had to sit in the traffic that it has created! Tesco always put their garages & shops in the most awkward places with maximum disruption, like Cobden avenue too! YOU PLANK![/p][/quote]Never any traffic when I drive up there everyday. Maybe it's because you are a complete and utter feculant c*untitdinous f*cktard that peope like to pull out in front of you to wind you up. If you put a sticker over the word d*ck that's tattoed on your forehead then maybe you will find things easier. PLANK[/p][/quote]Is this a lovers tiff?[/p][/quote]It's not 'love' - but Souljacker does pay good money for all the lads to show him affection! andysaints007

3:35pm Mon 2 Dec 13

loosehead says...

happysaint wrote:
Co-op on maybush corner has closed down unless their having a refit
Just had a leaflet through my door announcing the grand reopening of Co-Ops Maybush on the 5th of December so yes it seems they've had a refit
[quote][p][bold]happysaint[/bold] wrote: Co-op on maybush corner has closed down unless their having a refit[/p][/quote]Just had a leaflet through my door announcing the grand reopening of Co-Ops Maybush on the 5th of December so yes it seems they've had a refit loosehead

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