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New signage for proposed Tesco development

24th September 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens.

Health and safety signage is part of a new store development proposed by retail giant Tesco.

The supermarket is urging residents in Rugeley, Staffordshire, to back its plans, the Lichfield Mercury reports.

The proposal, which intends to develop a new supermarket on a former factory site in the town, includes the addition of two large leisure units, designed to accommodate a pub or restaurant.

A Facebook group, called Say Yes to Tesco Rugeley, states that an improved footpath will use safety signs to establish a link between the store and the town: "There will be significant environmental enhancements through new landscaping, paving, up-lighting and bollards, street furniture and signage along the route," the newspaper reports. 

If it goes ahead the store will create between 200 and 230 full and part-time jobs.

Tesco was founded in 1919 by Jack Cohen, who sold groceries from a stall in London's East End, making a first-day profit of £1.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800081048-ADNFCR


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