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 on: Today at 08:55:31 AM 
Started by pauljonespm - Last post by pauljonespm
Dont forget its the beer festival at Marple Cricket Club today and Sunday.

Also on sunday its the fun day between 11 and 4pm.


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 on: Today at 07:40:51 AM 
Started by rosehill7 - Last post by Dave
No it's in the hands of the supermarket who have expressed an interest and the other who have expressed mild interest.

As we know, wheels has impeccable council connections, so he may be better informed than the rest of us.  But my understanding is that the Chadwick/Trinity Street site has not yet been disposed of, or found a tenant, and is still in the hands of the Stockport Strategic Property Partnership, which is a partnership between the council and property firm Carillion:CBRE.  

A supermarket expressing interest, whether mild or not, does not change that status, and the likelihood is that pauljonespm will be proved correct:  
The build cost per sq ft is to expensive when compared to options in alternative towns.

Coming back to the Asda acquisition of the Co-op site, I would not be entirely surprised if that were to fall through now.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:40:07 PM 
Started by rosehill7 - Last post by pauljonespm
There is no interest from supermarkets for the sorting office site.
The build cost per sq ft is to expensive when compared to options in alternative towns.

Regarding the co-op, neither party would be satisfied if the store was  fully or part closed over the busiest months of the year so february looks like a sensible option.

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 on: Yesterday at 05:25:21 PM 
Started by Duke Fame - Last post by Duke Fame
I thought they were great, can anyone put me in touch with any of those on the main street - I'm organising an event in Stockport and we are looking for buskers. The girl outside Iceland doing her own folky take on Joan Armatrading was excellent.

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 on: Yesterday at 05:06:58 PM 
Started by rosehill7 - Last post by Bowden Guy
We are all "snobs" in that we all make value judgments about other people. For example, I consider myself superior to someone who robs a 22 year old woman, in the early hours of the morning, at the end of the road where I live. We all make these judgments, apart from you, of course......

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 on: Yesterday at 04:54:22 PM 
Started by rosehill7 - Last post by simonesaffron
I'm not really looking forward to it as I don't really like shopping in asda. I suppose I'm a snob but it makes me feel confused and anxious and I don't really like the layout or the product range. They seem to aim the brand at a certain demographic which I feel that maybe I don't fit into.

Are there still plans to bring an alternative supermarket to Marple on the site of the post office depot? I haven't heard anything about it for a while.

You sound like a snob.

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 on: Yesterday at 03:32:10 PM 
Started by rosehill7 - Last post by wheels
No it's in the hands of the supermarket who have expressed an interest and the other who have expressed mild interest.

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 on: Yesterday at 02:59:29 PM 
Started by rosehill7 - Last post by Dave
Your right it's a paperwork problem .

I didn't use the word 'paperwork', which makes it sound trivial.  It could equally well be something much more serious, to do with land ownership or access rights, for example.  We just don't know. 

Are there still plans to bring an alternative supermarket to Marple on the site of the post office depot? I haven't heard anything about it for a while.

It's now entirely in the hands of the council, so don't hold your breath!   Wink

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 on: Yesterday at 01:50:32 PM 
Started by rosehill7 - Last post by amazon
That was my first thought too, when someone posted here that the changeover had been put back to Feb, when it was previously expected about now.  It could be that the negotiations have stalled over a problem of some sort.  But even if that's the case, one thing is certain - the Co-op will dispose of it eventually.  Nationally they have made it plain that their policy is to concentrate on convenience stores in future. 
Your right it's a paperwork problem .

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 on: Yesterday at 11:30:45 AM 
Started by rosehill7 - Last post by munchkjn
I'm not really looking forward to it as I don't really like shopping in asda. I suppose I'm a snob but it makes me feel confused and anxious and I don't really like the layout or the product range. They seem to aim the brand at a certain demographic which I feel that maybe I don't fit into.

Are there still plans to bring an alternative supermarket to Marple on the site of the post office depot? I haven't heard anything about it for a while.

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