Windsor Aldi opening plans revealed
Plans to open a new Aldi Superstore was revealed as bosses say construction remains “on track”.
Since Royal Borough planning committee advisers approved the construction of a new discount supermarket on Dedworth Road last year, future shoppers have been eager to know when they can visit the store for a bargain.
In a new Observer update, a spokesperson for Aldi said: “Construction on our new Dedworth Road store continues to progress well and we remain on track to open in November 2021, giving even more people have the ability to shop and save closer to home. ”
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Last month, a spokesperson took stock of the construction progress, saying it was “going well” and would create 40 jobs for the area.
Jobs were circulating online, such as store assistant, for which Windsorians could apply.
The next Aldi store, which is being built on the former site of the Windsor Garden Center, has not sparked controversy among neighbors since the demolition phase.
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The demolition of the garden center caused a stir for neighboring residents, describing the noise, vibrations and dust as a “war zone”.
The Royal Borough said the noise level was considered to be what you would expect from a demolition site and a week has been particularly noisy due to the removal of a concrete slab.