Planners have given the green light to plans to demolish a Burntwood social club.
Bridge Cross Working Mens Club will be knocked down to make way for a new Aldi supermarket.
When the new store is built it will open between 8am and 8pm from Monday to Saturday and 10am to 4pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays.
A retail assessment linked to the planning application made to Lichfield District Council claimed:
“The development has been designed in such a way that it would function as an integral part of the town centre, enhancing the centre’s retail offer.”
Writing as part of a consultation into the future of the region, a spokesperson for Aldi said:
“An Aldi facility would be a welcome addition to the town centre shopping environment. In addition, the nature of the proposed retailer with its unique offer of own label, high quality low priced goods across the range, is highly attractive to members of the local community on comparatively low incomes, and whose primary concern is value for money.
“The improved retail offer which would be achieved at Burntwood town centre from the Aldi store would ensure that the centre is a more viable retail destination as a result of the proposals.”