The Nisa store at Beeston (formerly the Co-op) has reopened under new ownership yesterday (28 September 2023). Signs on the door read: ‘Welcome back, yes we are open.’
The refurbished shop is about half its former size, but still selling a similar range of products. It is understood that the reduction in size is in part to allow the new owner to apply for longer Sunday opening hours.
The store closed in June after the previous owners went into liquidation and the staff were made redundant, as we reported here.
Nisa is a franchise company, wholly owned by the Co-op Group. Each store is independently owned by a franchisee who buys stock from Nisa and the Co-op.
A spokesperson for Nisa said:
“We can confirm that the convenience store in Beeston has re-opened and is currently trading with Nisa. Now under new ownership, Nisa hopes this can be a new beginning for an important community asset and will work with the new owner to achieve this.”
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