Asda unveils 12 new locations with stores opening next week as it ramps up UK presence - full list


The supermarket have shared new branches that will open soon

Sarra Gray

By Sarra Gray

Published: 29/11/2023

- 08:57

Updated: 29/11/2023

- 15:35

Asda opened its 100th store earlier this month

The supermarket has shared more than 10 new locations that will soon get Asda Express stores.

This comes as part of the retailer's plans to convert 116 convenience Co-op petrol stations into Asda stores.

It has shared the latest branches that will open in 2024 which will all be in and around London. Three stores have already opened this week.

Dudden Hill Lane in Willesden and Ruislip Road in Greenford opened on Monday and Uxbridge Road, West Earling opened yesterday.

Asda Express

Stores will open in and around London


Stores opening

Heston Road, Hounslow, Greater London

Clockhouse Lane, Feltham, Middlesex

Belmont Circle, Harrow, Middlesex

Shepiston Lane, Hayes, Middlesex

19 Aldersbrook Road, London, Greater London

474-488 Wandsworth Road

Tottenham Lane, London N8

402-410 Becontree Avenue, Dagenham

127-131 Bow Road E3

677 Green Lanes, Harringay

112 – 116 South Street, Romford - December 5

UNIT B, Bobbin House, Friary Road, Acton - December 12

Two of the new locations, in Romford and Acton, will open within weeks.

Asda marketing director of convenience Andy Perry said: "We identified London as a focus area for our growth in convenience, not only due to the size of the population, but also because of the higher propensity of convenience store usage amongst Londoners.

“In a densely populated area, with relatively low car ownership, we know that shopping locally is often preferable.

"Convenience is one of the fastest growing channels in the grocery market and developing our presence in this space is key to our long-term strategy to become the UK’s second largest supermarket retailer.”

Asda 100th store

Asda recently opened its 100th store


Asda Express locations will open across the country and stock a range of essentials.

Customers will be able to buy up to 3,000 branded and own-label products which should include everything needed for a 'top up' shop.

This comes as Asda recently made a never-before-seen change to its meal deals.

It expanded its range to include new festive sandwiches and side options.

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