New supermarket on Waterworks site
THE regeneration of an old Waterworks site in Stowmarket will be complete after construction of a new supermarket.There is already a 6,500 sq ft office building at the 1.
THE regeneration of an old Waterworks site in Stowmarket will be complete after construction of a new supermarket.
There is already a 6,500 sq ft office building at the 1.8 acre site at the corner of Station Road and Bury Street.
Nick Bould of the developers, Boden Properties, said: "This is good news for the people of Stowmarket and the surrounding area – in addition to new employment opportunities this development will provide greater choice and more competitive food shopping".
"It will also see the completion of our very successful partnership agreement with Mid Suffolk District Council to regenerate almost two acres within the Conservation area of the town centre".
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"We expect to be announcing the operator shortly and the store should be open by Spring of next year."
In December 2000 the partnership between Boden and Mid Suffolk achieved the first stage of their agreement to provide training and business centre space with the opening of Stevens House.
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The building is let to West Suffolk College providing high quality computer, management and training needs for the people of Stowmarket, with space available to let to by up and coming businesses.