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POLICY CN15 - Provision of New Local Shopping Facilities

The provision of small scale convenience shops, or small scale extensions to shops, of an appropriate scale and type to improve viability and to provide for the daily needs of the local community will be permitted within settlement boundaries provided:

  1. the site is readily accessible by bicycle and on foot and public transport where possible;
  2. they are conveniently located to serve the needs of the local community; and
  3. the proposal would not harm the vitality and viability of an existing town or village centre.

Preference will be given to locating proposals within or adjacent to local centres.

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