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10:53, 4 OCT 2013
Selly Oak redevelopment will not include canal, say Sainsbury's and Land Securities
Partnership says it cannot develop the Battery Site and Lapal canal area, as demanded by council.
Sainsbury's development put on hold over claims scheme 'not good enough for Birmingham'
The city council’s planning committee unanimously voted to defer the plan for a Sainsbury's store, a medical sciences business park, shops and students flats on the derelict Battery Park site in Selly Oak
Sainsbury's hits back at opposition to new Birmingham store
Supermarket bites back after criticism of "swindling" city out of key work
Go-ahead for supermarket that 'threatens jobs'
Green light for supermarket plans on former factory site despite concerns from community leaders
Sainsbury's accused of 'swindle' after Selly Oak regeneration plan is scrapped
Councillors hit out at supermarket chain over new plans for former Battery Park site
Sainsbury's has change of heart on Dorridge town centre development
Supermarket giant Sainsbury's has bowed to pressure and agreed to start work earlier than planned on a new store in the village where the firm's chief executive Justin King grew up.