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Supermarket To Start Housing Assocation......

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The big name supermarkets have huge land banks.

Seems like an excelent way to make use of them, as the supermarket market is saturated at the moment.

Well yes. Plus it's about getting their noses into the HB trough, a recession proof business and a business with a good future! Compare that to the supermarket business and it makes sense..

We will see more and more of this kind of thing until the government becomes the only business.

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Is it the one that's expanded massively into buying land? Or did they all do that?

If they have bought land but people object to it being another supermarket maybe they will turn them into housing sites?

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All they have to do is apply for planning permission to add an extra story or two on top of the shop...bobs your uncle, luxury flats, easy access to food and complementary parking.... ;)

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you'll be indifferent to know i acquired that bit of sterling today, all in it together

I posted in the other thread asking if you had got it yet and was tempted to ask again today after the MPC minutes got you an even better low.

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Co-operative 'Childcare'

Co-operative 'Career'

Co-operative 'Condo'

Co-operative 'Coffin'

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It's so the supermarkets can house their slaves in pods.

Indeed. Just imagine it. You work for Tesco. They give you a wage. You give it right back to them to pay for your food and rent.

Then they lay you off and evict you.

Tesco must die.

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A good move, so those living in social housing will rent from the supermarket, buy food with their benefits in the supermarket and maybe rotate round every couple of months working with a subsidy in the supermarket.

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A good move, so those living in social housing will rent from the supermarket, buy food with their benefits in the supermarket and maybe rotate round every couple of months working with a subsidy in the supermarket.

....beats destitution though doesn't it? This maybe coming for the lucky members of the next generation (not including the sons and daughters of the elite of course)

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