PLANNERS Asked To Approve £1Million Food Store At Old Car Showroom Site

15 July, 2020 | Retail

GROCERY chain Farmfoods wants to build a new store in south west Glasgow.

The shop — representing investment of around £1million — is proposed for 320 Peat Road, between Nitshill and Priesthill.

Fifteen to 20 jobs would be created, two-thirds of them full-time.

The site was previously occupied by an Arnold Clark car dealership and workshop.

The site is beside St Robert Bellarmine Church

A statement submitted with the planning application asserts: “Redevelopment will bring this brownfield site back into beneficial use which will result in a significant improvement to the environment of the local area.”

The store, which would have sales space of around 680 square metres, would be open 7am to 10pm, Monday to Friday; 7am to 8pm on Saturdays; and 9am to 6pm on Sundays.

There would be 50 parking spaces.

The application is pending assessment by Glasgow City planners.

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