Liverpool bargain giant has city plans

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The company, behind the Home Bargains chain, which sells health and beauty products, household goods, food, toys and other goods at discount prices, is applying for permission to carry out the works.

According to a full planning application, which has been submitted by the company the “associated development works to Retail Park are to include demolition of former Xtra-Vision unit, alterations to elevation of former Budget DIY unit and Harry Corry unit, provision of garden centre, reconfiguration of car parking, landscaping, boundary treatment and associated site works.”

TJ Morris was established over 30 years ago by Tom Morris. Since opening in Liverpool, it’s grown to become one of the biggest privately owned companies in the UK.