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Tesco to open store in Woking town centre

Woking Shopping, which comprises The Peacocks Centre and Wolsey Place, has sjgned up Tesco for a new store at 31/33 Commercial Way. Spanning 5,221 square feet,… View Article

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Tesco to open store in Woking town centre

Woking Shopping, which comprises The Peacocks Centre and Wolsey Place, has sjgned up Tesco for a new store at 31/33 Commercial Way.

Spanning 5,221 square feet, the shop will be the first Tesco in Woking town centre when it opens later this year.

Councillor Ayesha Azad, leader of Woking Borough Council, said: “The new town centre Tesco will be a major benefit to all those who live and work in Woking. With Boots opening last year, our retail offering continues to be strengthened, highlighting the broad-spectrum appeal of Woking town centre which is also being strengthened by a number of quality F&B operators, including both independents and national chains.”

In addition to Tesco, various food and beverage operators have either signed or opened at Wolsey Place and the Peacocks Centre in recent months. The Island House independent restaurant and bar will open this month in Jubilee Square while the Duke’s Bar and Deli has moved into the ground floor of Dukes Court, Meanwhile, Gordon Ramsay Street Burger has made its debut outside London on Commercial Way with a Gordon Ramsay Academy situated above.

Councillor Kevin Davis portfolio holder for economic development at Woking Borough Council, added: “The Tesco store is a fantastic addition to Woking town centre’s lineup. It marks another positive step forward and builds on the momentum the town centre is enjoing with the various F&B operators signing and opening, which will all contribute positively to the local economy.”

 

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