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Co-op petrol filling station and food store in Coedpoeth

Co-op site reopens after £2.5m investment in overhaul

The Co-op petrol filling station and food store in Coedpoeth in north Wales has reopened following an extensive programme of works to overhaul and replace the site’s infrastructure, and to rebuild an extended food store.

Central England Co-op food store Boley Park
Computer generated images of how the new store would look
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Central England Co-op unveils plans for £3m investment in site

Central England Co-op has applied for planning permission for a £3m redevelopment of its Boley Park food store and petrol filling station in its home town of Lichfield.

ACS chief executive James Lowman
ACS chief executive James Lowman
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ACS reports fall in investment by convenience store owners

Convenience retailers have been delaying and scaling back on investments in their stores over the last year.

Platinum Retail Luton Road Service Station Dunstable
Platinum Retail's Luton Road Service Station in Dunstable
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Platinum Retail pre-tax profits treble as it invests in estate

Pre-tax profits trebled at the Top 50 Indie Platinum Retail, reaching £2.43m compared with £0.81m for the previous year, according to its latest results.

Co-op Old Colwyn

Co-op site in north Wales reopens after £1m overhaul

The Co-op has unveiled its new-look petrol filling station and food store at Old Colwyn in North Wales following a £1m overhaul of the site.

Steve Rodell, managing director – retail at Christie & Co
Steve Rodell, managing director – retail at Christie & Co
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Investors still keen on petrol station market says Christie & Co

Investors’ appetite for petrol filling stations and convenience stores remains very strong, according to the latest report from property adviser, Christie & Co.

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RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East118.96132.05114.52
East Midlands119.01131.46114.46
London119.6659.90134.71116.14
North East116.33131.57110.86
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Wales116.8157.90127.95111.17
West Midlands118.8857.90135.85114.78
Yorkshire & Humber117.69131.84113.09

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