North Island, New Zealand, 2014-9-30— /EPR Retail News/ — Foodstuffs North Island Limited is pleased to announce that it has lodged a resource consent application for a replacement PAK’nSAVE at Tamatea, located in the heart of the Tamatea community on the roundabout of Durham and Leicester Avenues.
“This revised scheme for a replacement PAK’nSAVE at Tamatea will bring a lighter, brighter and better PAK’nSAVE shopping experience for our customers,” says Foodstuffs North Island Limited General Manager Property Development, Angela Bull. “We have taken the opportunity to tweak the design of the store to introduce plenty of natural light, wider aisles and a more spacious retail environment, plus plenty of car parking. The modern, new look store means that we can provide an improved offer, while still ensuring our policy of delivering New Zealand’s lowest grocery prices which our customers expect from PAK’nSAVE. Additional retail stores are also proposed, so that Tamatea shopping centre remains the hub of the community.”
Subject to receiving resource consent, it is anticipated that work will start in mid-2015. The current store will be open while the new store is constructed alongside, and customers will be able to watch and follow the progress as the new store takes shape. There will be plenty of car parking and the PAK’nSAVE staff will make sure customers can do all their shopping in a safe and convenient environment.
Roger Davis, Andrew Graney and Darren Turley, the owner operators of PAK’nSAVE Tamatea, are thrilled about the new store. “The new store is an exciting new opportunity for us and a great investment for the community. We are really looking forward to modernising our store and providing our customers with a bigger and brighter shopping experience; with wide aisles, lots of great fresh food and grocery products, and all the personal service our customers enjoy.”