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19May94 UK: TESCO TAKES ADVANTAGE OF AIR RIGHTS.

By Mark Court.Food giant Tesco plans to build supermarkets above suburban railway stations in the wake of the Government's clampdown on out-of-town shopping centres.Tesco has targeted Gerrards Cross in Buckinghamshire for its first railway supermarket, which is the prototype for a new generation of air-rights developments.Until now office developments in central London were the only examples of this type of construction, where the building sits above railway lines on a steel or concrete ...

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