Quality Foods opens their latest and largest supermarket to date.

The new Quality Foods supermarket in Hayes is setting the standard for Asia food shopping.

Further to their short listing of ‘Best National Food Retailer Award at the World Food Awards 2010’, Quality Foods has established a further exemplar store.

Located close to the M4, off the A312 Hayes by pass, it avoids the high traffic volumes of in town Southall. The store offers easy access and safe parking for over 150 cars, motorbikes and bicycles, they even have 2 charging point for electric cars, which all help to bring back stress free and relaxed shopping.

With over 4000sqm of shopping floor, wide aisles and plenty of light and space to choose from the vast selection of products and over 10 check outs responding to a more customer focused shopping experience.

The store was previously a B&Q; Warehouse and had been vacant for over 5 years. Planning consultant Alex Abbott of CGMS, had been perusing an application for a change of use which the local authority had been strongly resisting for over the past year. Finally consent was granted with over 30 conditions which were discharged by YOOP Architects and CgMs planning consultants. A major part of the project was the installation of a new external canopy to cover the fresh fruit and vegetable sales area. This canopy covers over 800 sqm of floor space with the structural works undertaken by Structural Engineers, Whitehouse Design.

The principle contractor, Vascroft Contractors over saw the whole project, along with DGT who supplied and erected the steel work for the new external canopy, Control Electrical and Watch Dog looked after all the electrical services, fire control and security, while Butler & Young were appointed as the building control inspectors.

YOOP Architects would like to congratulate Quality Foods and all involved.

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