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Do you think Newark and Sherwood District Council was right to buy the empty Marks and Spencer building? ­— Newark Advertiser's poll of the week




A row has broken out over a council’s secret purchase of Newark’s empty Marks and Spencer store.

Conservative-led Newark and Sherwood District Council has bought the Stodman Street building for £540,000, prior to it going to auction for a second time.

The decision was taken under delegated powers in consultation between senior officers and the council leader with the leader of the opposition informed.

The former Marks and Spencer building in Newark.
The former Marks and Spencer building in Newark.

We want to know if you, the reader, think the district council made the right decision.

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Former Newark Marks and Spencer building bought by Newark and Sherwood District Council

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