Cinderford Asda planning permission reviewed by judge

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Plans for an Asda store in Gloucestershire are being reviewed by a judge at the Royal Courts of Justice.

Co-op, which already has a store in Cinderford, applied for the judicial review into Forest of Dean District Council's decision to give the go-ahead for the new supermarket.

The council gave permission for the new 4,645 sq m store on Steam Mills Road in Cinderford last January.

The Co-op was not happy with the way it reached its decision.

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