A new supermarket is about to open in York.
The Cooperative has confirmed its ambitions to invest more than K 700K in the newly built store at The Chocolate Works “to better serve the communities in the center of York”.
The development will transform the current sales office at Chocolate Works on Gambleshon Road into a comfortable store with a sales area of 2,500 square feet.
Subject to planning approval and approval, the cooperative will help create a convenient store that will “provide greatly improved access to food and other essential, everyday services to the community,” a company spokesman said.
No launch date has been set for the new store.
However, the opening hours are from 6 am to 11 pm daily.
The new store confirms the expansion cooperative objectives in the region.
Stonbo plans to open a York City center store at the house.
On Friday (April 16) it opened a food store on Kirkpimorside. The Pierce End store runs on 100% renewable electricity and supports 24 local jobs, including six newly created utensils.
Cooperative Area Manager Nicola Taylor said: “We are very proud to open a new, more spacious store – which has a whole new look.
“We are pleased to have the opportunity to make such a significant investment in Kirkpimorside, working to create locally the range, selection, products and services that create the most compelling offer to serve the community.”