Aldi Stores, supported by The Harris Partnership and Planning Potential, has submitted an application to Hull city council for works to its store on Henry Boot Way in Hessle.
Aldi is proposing three extensions which will increase the store size by 5,500 sq ft, and the gross internal sales area to about 14,600 sq ft. The current supermarket measures 10,100 sq ft with 138 car parking spaces also provided.
The design and access statement states: “The scheme proposal is an improvement to the existing layout providing a larger, more efficient food store without significant impact. The design and appearance reflects the scale and materials of the existing building whilst incorporating a contemporary design and gives the food store a more modern appearance.”