The retail chain wanted to build a supermarket at Leyland Road on the edge of Ballycastle
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PAC dismisses Tesco's Ballycastle planning application

The Planning Appeals Commission (PAC) has said that Tesco has caused "significant loss of investment" to a County Antrim town by pursuing a development plan.

The retail chain wanted to build a supermarket at Leyland Road on the edge of Ballycastle, submitting plans in 2009.

BBC News NI Economics and Business Editor John Campbell reports.