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Aldi and M to open stores in Stoneycroft 05:00, 19 OCT 2015Work has started on a project which will see the 150 year old burberry shop online Merseyside Society for Deaf People (MSDP) move to a state of the art new centre.
Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A new Aldi supermarket and Marks and Spencer shop are to be built in Stoneycroft. The stores will be built in Queens Drive on the site of the Merseyside Society for Deaf People, which will have new where to find burberry on sale offices built in the complex. Around 60 new full time jobs will be created. Demolition of the 150 year old MSDP building has begun, with project bosses advising little change will be noticed at first because the initial works are internal. The Queens Drive burberry quilted jacket outlet sale scheme in Stoneycroft will also see a Marks and Spencer shop and an Aldi supermarket built on the existing site of the MSDP. A spokesman for Simons Group, who are behind the project, said: "Throughout winter, we will be working on the main structures for the offices and the retail units. This will include the main framework, blockwork, roofing, glazing and the render. "In the spring, the store fit outs will happen, with a view to opening June 2016." The knocking down of the MSDP building is due to be completed by mid November and will be followed by a ground stabilisation process to level the whole site. In December work on the foundations for the new MSDP offices as well as the new shops will take place. The Queens Drive scheme burberry mall in Stoneycroft will also see a Marks and Spencer shop and an Aldi supermarket built on the existing site of the MSDP. The MDSP has moved to temporary offices while it waits for its new home. Meanwhile, project bosses plan to recycle the material that is demolished rather than send it to landfill. They are offering pallets from the scheme for free to individuals and organisations who would like to use them for DIY projects.
The spokesman added: "We are thrilled to be getting underway with the major works. This starts with demolition, so we will be as safe and swift as we can and look forward to clearing the site we are hoping to locally recycle waste materials as much as possible, so do please get in touch with our site team if this would be of interest.".