According to weekend press reports Sainsbury’s, Asda, Morrisons and M&S have all demanded changes to planning regulations governing new stores in their submissions to the competition commission inquiry into the grocery market. According to Sainsbury, Tesco has 55% of the "landbank" of sites in the process of being developed into new grocery outlets. "Consequently, Tesco's market share could reach 38% by 2010", says the Sainsbury submission. It adds that if Tesco also maintains its recent faster growth rate, it "would achieve an even greater market share of 43%". The commission is expected to publish its initial thoughts in December and plans to publish its final report next October.