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A planning application pertaining to a new Sainsbury's Local store in Green Lanes was submitted to Enfield Council this week.  As expected, it will occupy the premises previously belonging to the Turkish food shop 1001 Supermarket and the adjacent Palmers Green News paper shop.  However, it does not include the former Coffee Culture cafe, which last week reopened as Kiva Coffee House and Brasserie (see this Enfield Independent report.).

sainsburysSainsbury's are planning to open the new store from 7am to 11pm seven days a week.  As there is no change of retail use to the existing shop buildings, planning permission is only required because Sainsbury's wish to build a single-storey extension to the back and side of the building to provide an additional 130 square metres of floorspace, as well as a building at the rear to house "plant".

Lorries delivering to the new shop would park in Green Lanes, rather than at the rear of the building.

Related documents:  Planning Application

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