Plans are in to open a new co-op supermarket in Belvedere at 94-98 Parsonage Manorway.
If approved the shop will open opposite the Great Harry pub which recently saw plans for demolition and replacement with flats.
The building where co-op is proposed would see its frontage altered as part of conversion to a supermarket:
The proposal is for shopfront alterations and the installation of 5 bollards located in front of the front elevation of the unit.
The shopfront alterations consist of changing the glass panelling from 7 large panes to 12 smaller panes of glass with frames finished in aluminium painted RAL 7043 Grey, the installation of a new automatic door finished in RAL 7043 Grey, and the installation of three shutter boxes.
The bollards will be located in front of the new proposed automatic doors.
Co-op already have a store in Upper Belvedere but the roll out of convenience stores shows no signs of stopping. Sainsbury’s recently submitted plans for a new supermarket in Erith a short distance to the east.
While last week plans for a new Tesco in Plumstead were revealed to the west.
Plans can be viewed on Bexley Council’s website by clicking here.