Poundland applies for signs on new Salisbury store – but plans remain ‘tentative’

BUDGET store Poundland has submitted a planning application for signage at a Salisbury store – despite saying plans for a new outlet remain ‘tentative’.

The retail giant has submitted plans to Wiltshire Council for signage on Unit 1 at Churchill Way West.

However, when contacted by your Gazette, the firm said plans for a new store in the city were ‘tentative’.

The chain currently has an outlet in Salisbury High Street, and a spokesperson said it had hopes of opening a larger shop.

“While later in the year we hope to open a brand new, large store in Salisbury, those plans are still tentative at this stage and subject to agreement,” they said.

“When there’s more news to share, we will.”

The planning application is for a retail unit off Churchill Way West, near Waitrose.

For more information on the plans, log on to and search for application reference PL/2023/02039.

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