Sainsbury’s opens new store on Hampstead High Street
Sainsbury’s has opened a new ‘Local’ store in London’s Hampstead.
Spanning 1,938 square feet, the Hampstead High Street Local will open from 7am to 11pm seven days a week and sell a selection of food and non-food products from Sainsbury’s convenience range. This will include fresh food, fruit and vegetables, meat-free options and grocery staples, as well as sandwiches and ‘food to go’.
In addition, fresh bread and pastries will be baked every day in the store’s bakery and customers will also have the chance to pick up a hot drink from the self-service Costa Coffee machine.
Sainsbury’s engaged with local residents, councillors and community groups throughout the store’s planning process to enable them to provide feedback on the proposals and make requests, which included the instillation of a defibrillator. The new shop also features an Argos Click & Collect point to enable customers to order Argos, Habitat and Tu Clothing products online before collecting them in-store.
Patrick Dunne, Sainsbury’s property director, said: “This is a really exciting moment for us as we return to Hampstead with a fantastic new store for the community. It follows our history of serving the area from Sainsbury’s Heath Street in the first half of the 20th century.
“The new store will allow customers to sample the convenience, quality and great value that Sainsbury’s has to offer and I hope they are as pleased with it as I am.”
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