ASDA is proposing to build a new store at the Heanor Haulage site on Cromford Road, with the haulage firm relocating to new premises on part of the site. ASDA has been looking to invest in Amber Valley for some time. The plans include a store with a 36,000 sq ft sales area, a 350 space car park, a petrol filling station, and new offices, homes and commercial units. The development of this site would provide local people with access to high quality affordable groceries and non-food lines such as household goods and the renowned George fashion range.In addition, the store would employ up to 370 people, with most of those roles representing newly created local jobs.This site has the potential to be the vibrant heart of the town, so we want to put it to its most productive use and create a visually attractive area. An ASDA store in this location would result in greater footfall and notable 'spin-off' benefits for existing local traders.
As part of the scheme, the Post Office will relocate into a brand new unit on the site.Our ProposalsIndicative artist's impression of the proposed store
Our proposal would see the centre of Langley Mill benefiting from major investment which will help enhance the local physical environment. The development, promoted by ASDA and Heanor Haulage, will deliver a retail-led regeneration scheme which could attract further investment into the centre.The plans include new housing as well as a high quality supermarket for local shoppers which will generate significant new job opportunities. Our plans will bring the whole of the vacant, contaminated ten acre site into active use, delivering environmental improvements and repairing the street form and urban area.ASDA's investment would also help Heanor Haulage to consolidate their existing operation, safeguarding the jobs that they currently provide on site.Positive urban regeneration for Langley MillThe Heanor Haulage site