A supermarket has filed an application to make alterations to its store in a Suffolk town. 

Sainsbury's has put forward proposals to change the layout of its shop in Cornard Road in Sudbury. 

Documents on the Babergh District Council website state the layout of the store is to be altered. 

"The alterations are minor and are mainly in relation to updating the till area, along with other very minor changes," it read.

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"The premises will not be increasing in size."

The supermarket chain has been contacted for comment.