Shropshire supermarket set for upgrade

A supermarket in Shropshire could be set to undergo a makeover after new owners unveiled plans for the outlet.
Proposals have been submitted to Shropshire Council to implement a £400,000 upgrade at the Harry Tuffins Supermarket in Craven Arms, the Shropshire Star reports.
Included in the plans are a possible expansion of the car park, the creation of new staff accommodation and the development of a garden centre.
Stephen Cox, senior partner at Gould Singleton Architects – the firm overlooking the application for the Midcounties Co-operative, which took over Harry Tuffins in 2012 – said: “This application not only has the potential to improve the supermarket, but the whole site and will include large changes to the car park at the centre.”
Mr Cox explained the plans point toward numerous changes – but the petrol station is likely to stay in the same position with the possible add-on of a new car wash.
The supermarket could also expand to create a garden centre by utilising an area currently used as an unloading bay.