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Odds are new $4m supermarket for Tea Tree Plaza is discount giant Aldi
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Odds are new $4m supermarket for Tea Tree Plaza is discount giant Aldi
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An application has been lodged for a new $14m supermarket at Tea Tree Plaza ... the name of the retailer is being kept under wraps. Source: News Corp Australia
 
 

THE identity of a planned $4 million supermarket with rooftop carpark at Tea Tree Plaza is shrouded in mystery.

Westfield has lodged a development application for the 1540sq m building, near Modbury Ave, with Tea Tree Gully Council.

The plan includes 70 car spaces on the supermarket’s roof and a bridge to connect it to the neighbouring rooftop carpark at Plaza’s existing Coles supermarket.

The Leader Messenger viewed the publicly available plans at the council chambers, which referred to parts of the proposed building being “Aldi fire red” and “Aldi back of house”.

But the chain has refused to confirm that the plans are for one of its stores.

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The German supermarket chain has already applied to build supermarkets in Seaford Heights, Gilles Plains and Parafield Gardens.

Aldi’s regional managing director Viktor Jakupec would not say if it was investing in Modbury, instead stating the company was “actively seeking suitable sites”.

“Once development applications have been lodged and approved, we will be in a better position to provide further updates and store particulars,” Mr Jakupec said.

A Westfield spokeswoman, who refused to provide a name, also would not release details on which supermarket chain would be housed in the building.

The council’s city development manager, Rob Gagetti, could not confirm who would occupy the building as the information was not required as part of the planning phase.

The building application is still to go for public consultation, a date for which is yet to be set.

Meanwhile, a plan to extend St Agnes Shopping Centre was also lodged with the council in July.

The plan included an additional 215sq m of retail space on the upper level of the centre and 171sq m on ground level.

The application went out for community consultation and no objections were received by the council.

The council’s traffic engineer is now considering the application.

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