Tesco Express store planned for former pub site
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A Tesco Express store could be unveiled at the site of a former pub.
Tesco has lodged plans for new signage at the One Stop Hollingsworth Road mini-market store in Lowestoft.
The "non-illuminated advertisement consent" application was submitted to East Suffolk Council by Andy Horwood, on behalf of Tesco.
One Stop is owned by Tesco but operates as a separate business.
It comes just over two months after Tesco closed the Lowestoft Metro store on London Road North.
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The advertisement plans for "three fascia signs, one graphic sign and one gantry sign" at "Hollingsworth Tesco Express" is currently awaiting a decision.
The site previously used to be popular pub The Alderman before it closed in 2013 and was replaced by the One Stop shop.
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If the application gets the go-ahead it would be the second Tesco Express store in the Lowestoft area, joining the Tesco Esso Express store on Beccles Road, Oulton Broad.