Tesco Express store planned for former pub site
PUBLISHED: 16:16 03 December 2019 | UPDATED: 16:16 03 December 2019
A Tesco Express store could be unveiled at the site of a former pub.
Tesco has lodged plans for new signage at the One Stop Hollingsworth Road mini-market store in Lowestoft.
The "non-illuminated advertisement consent" application was submitted to East Suffolk Council by Andy Horwood, on behalf of Tesco.
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One Stop is owned by Tesco but operates as a separate business.
It comes just over two months after Tesco closed the Lowestoft Metro store on London Road North.
The advertisement plans for "three fascia signs, one graphic sign and one gantry sign" at "Hollingsworth Tesco Express" is currently awaiting a decision.
The site previously used to be popular pub The Alderman before it closed in 2013 and was replaced by the One Stop shop.
If the application gets the go-ahead it would be the second Tesco Express store in the Lowestoft area, joining the Tesco Esso Express store on Beccles Road, Oulton Broad.
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