Asda store unveils plans for store expansion and revamp
Asda supermarket has this week unveiled major plans to extend
supermarket giant says it wants to refurbish its entire Caxton
Road store, adding a brand new mezzanine floor for a cafe, along
with other alterations that include a revamp of its car park.
public consultation sessions are to be held during coming weeks
when shoppers and local residents will be able to hear more about
improvements, if agreed, would allow the store to operate more
efficiently, with wider aisles and more checkouts. We would also
be able to increase the range of non-food goods, such as our George
clothing range, providing more choice," Asda's Estates Town
Planning Manager Alan Jones told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
submitting its planning application to Sedgemoor District Council,
Asda says it is keen to hear local feedback.
has announced two public consultation sessions that will be held
at the store on Tuesday February 11th from 10am-7pm and on Saturday
February 15th from 9am-1pm.
views of our local community matter so we hope lots of people
will come along, meet members of our team, and give us their feedback,"
added Mr Jones. "We'd like to provide more choice and a wider
range of goods so that we can continue to provide for our customers'
latest development comes just months after the Highbridge store's
plans for a new petrol station were approved, as first reported