A SUPERMARKET is up for sale for £1.5 million.

Aldi on Dene Drive is preparing to move up the road to a much bigger modern store in the coming months, creating 10 extra jobs.

The German retail giant is building new premises on the former Dene Drive car park after buying it for £4.1 million from Cheshire West and Chester Council, as part of the town's regeneration programme.

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George Brown, regional property director for Aldi, said the company is looking forward to bringing Winsford a store 'that is up to our modern standards and will provide an improved customer experience'.

Winsford Guardian:

The Aldi store on Dene Drive on the market for £1.5 million

The existing store is now on the market with Bolton commercial agents Lamb and Swift.

The property, opposite Winsford Cross shopping centre has parking space for 95 cars.

The firm says the 1.4acre site will be available from August and has planning consent for an extension.

A restriction would be placed on the store for food sales but could be converted for other uses subject to planning permission.