Subway opens new store in Penkridge
Sandwich chain Subway has opened a new store in Penkridge.
The store opened today at the newly extended Boscomoor Shopping Centre.
It comes after work was completed on a 950 sq ft adjacent unit and joins bakery chain Greggs, which opened its 1,270 sq ft shop last month.
Martin Wade, investment company LCP asset manager, said: “We’re pleased that our new tenants have opened their doors at Boscomoor Shopping Centre.
"The extension to this popular local centre means that shoppers can enjoy a greater diversity of stores on their doorstep with the element of convenience.”
In addition to building the two new retail units, LCP also has available unit 7b, a 1,980 sq ft retail space that is shell specification with capped services and prominent roadside location with free onsite customer parking. Joint agents are Burley Brown and fhp.
LCP has also improved the green space around the centre, to make the parade more visible from the roadside. Boscomoor Shopping Centre now has 11 units, anchored by the Co-op.
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