Co-op supermarket to return to Wembley after a 30-year absence
Town centre will host 10,000 st ft store
A MAJOR supermarket will return to the high road after an absence of more than 30 years, the Times can reveal.
Co-op have announced they will be opening a branch in the heart of Wembley Town Centre which is in the midst of a �90m makeover.
The 10,000 sq ft store, which will be opening its doors next month, is a welcomed return to the area after its former Wembley branch closed in the late 1970s.
Killian Morris, senior development manager at St. Modwen, the company heading up the multi-million regeneration, said the area is becoming a magnet for more and more high street names.
He said: “Another retailer has recognised the potential of Wembley Central and, in the Co-op, we have a major food store which will draw more shoppers into the heart of the centre.
“It adds to an existing retail line-up including TK Maxx, Peacocks, Bonmarche and Iceland.”
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When finished Wembley Central will boast 135,000 sq ft of retail and leisure space, 23,000 sf ft of offices and a development of 117 private apartments and 85 affordable homes
Cllr Ann John, Brent Council leader, said the news showed Wembley was becoming a desirable area to well known high street names.