Posted: Wed 26 Feb 2014 9:40 am
You would only have a lot more to spend if you actually sold your house..........seems a bit drastic just to shop at Waitrose
Talk about the town of Ware in Hertfordshire
Now I do, it's just been given permission for housing (and a vet surgery)The Masked Woler wrote: Can't understand why no supermarket has tried the site on the Ware Rd - I would have thought that was ideal.
Could always rename it "North Hoddesdon"But will the EH Planners allow a 40,000 sqft out of town store? That's a big shop, I thought these were frowned on nowadays.
Or will Great Amwell now be called a town for planning purposes?!
Well I was quite happy with my 3 for £10 meat deal and BOGOF Coca Cola and stocked up on loads of half price cleaning stuff!Speculator wrote:Littlejon wrote:no it's not - they price match all grocery items directly with Tesco!Mancunian wrote:In simple terms, Waitrose is a very expensive upmarket supermarket and not everyone can afford to shop there and the rest of us will continue to shop in Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's, Aldi, etc etc.
No they don't and only on branded items Excluding Promotions.
So if a Branded item @ Tesco is on promotion at half price, Waitrose will not price match! A bit pointless really.
http://www.waitrose.com/content/waitros ... w0nCCFFCUk
How much for a day return to London?regarding railway, we been given permission and planning permission to extend
That's good news but will this still happen whilst negotiations are ongoing?cchallis wrote:hi
regarding railway, we been given permission and planning permission to extend
How many sq.ft?mb1 wrote:Got a leaflet through the door this morning advertising a public exhibition at Van Hage's on March 28 and 29 for the Waitrose proposal. they are intending to build the Waitrose alongside the VH building at the end away from the road. It says 100 jobs will be created. £12,000 and 250 staff working hours will be donated each year to local causes.