Developer predicts job creation at Lowesmoor store site

Worcester vinegar works built by Hill, Evans & Company in the 1850s and taken over by the 104th Regiment Royal Artillery volunteers on 19 September The army was given the old vinegar factory in exchange for its site in Silver Street, Lowesmoor

Hundreds of jobs will be created with the development of a store on the site of a former Territorial Army (TA) base in Worcestershire, a developer said.

The 104th Regiment Royal Artillery volunteers moved out of their Silver Street, Lowesmoor site on 19 September to make way for a new Asda store.

Developer Carillion Richardson converted Hill, Evans & Company vinegar factory in exchange for the TA site.

It said the supermarket development could create up to 350 jobs locally.

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