PAK N’ SAVE GREEN LIGHT FOR QUEENSTOWN

 

Resource consent has been approved for the $30 million Pak N’ Save supermarket to be built in Frankton Flats. Announced earlier this week by Porter Group Ltd director Alastair Porter, the 6603 sq m supermarket will include a fuel station with four fuel pumps plus 355 car parking spaces. Dunedin-based architects McCoy and Wixon Architects Ltd are underway with detailed designs and are hopeful that it should be completed and open to the public by the end of 2013. WOR has followed the project since August 2007, see J87768 for further details. Queenstown is not the only Pak N’ Save development in the wings for Foodstuffs, plans are also being drawn up for the rebuild of the Avondale store (J138689) as well as extensions to the existing Dunedin store (J141164). 

Source: Scoop.co.nz, 10 July 2012 (HD)

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