Two new supermarkets are to be built in central Scotland, Little announced.
The stores will be built on Bellshire, Carlisle Road, Airdrie and Mosbel Road, after approval by planning authorities at North Lanarkshire Council.
The company said the new stores would create 80 new jobs for the local economy once opened and “represent Little’s continued commitment throughout Scotland.”
It is part of the company’s $ 1.3 billion investment plans for 2021 and 2022 across Great Britain.
Construction of the new store in Bells is set to begin this summer with Airtre soon to begin.
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It will see the creation of standard shops with Little 1,256 m with sales areas, as well as facilities including an in-store bakery, customer toilets and ample parking for both cars and bicycles including quick electric vehicle charging places.
In preparation for the release of the Scottish Government’s Deposit Return Plan in July 2022, refineries will also be set up in stores.
The Airti platform allows for a drive and further futures retailing, which will provide more jobs once traded.
The current owner, Distel International Ltd., will relocate their operations to a newly developed facility in East Gilbride.
Gordon Rafferty, regional property head of Little GB, said: “We are very pleased to have received planning approval for these two stores and look forward to starting construction. It is wonderful that we can provide more investment and job opportunities to the local area. I would like to thank the local community for their continued support, opening our doors and looking forward to delivering our new, quality, best value products in the future. ”
Little said its “current success shows no signs of declining, with the opening of a new retail outlet in Motherwell in late 2019 and the recent Cantor World panel results boosting Litlin’s continued success with an annual sales year and market share of 6%.”
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