Award winning discount food retailer, Aldi, is seeking public opinion on a proposal to open a store in Rednal. The proposed store would built be on vacant land close to McDonalds on Bristol Road South.
Local residents and business owners are invited to a public exhibition to view plans and submit opinions. A planning application has not yet been submitted to Birmingham City Council.
A spokesperson for Aldi said: “We are excited about the prospect of a new store for residents in Rednal. The proposal would deliver investment and create much-needed jobs for the local area.
“We would like to encourage people to find out more about the proposal and discuss it with the project team at our public exhibition.”
Aldi claim that the proposal would deliver a multi-million-pound investment in the area, creating approximately 40 new jobs in store, as well as additional employment during construction, and supply chain opportunities. The company believes that the store would complement other local businesses.
Public exhibition to view and discuss the proposals:
- When: 3-7pm, Thursday 17th September, 2015
- Where: Rubery & Rednal British Legion, 64 New Road, Rubery, Birmingham B45 9HY
If you cannot attend the consultation event, you can call the free information line on 0800 298 7040 or visit the project website www.aldiconsultation.co.uk/rednal