‘Wobble’ at car park will not lead to closure, supermarket assures

SUPERMARKET Sainsbury’s has moved to quash rumours that it plans to close its new Bicester car park and part of the store over a “wobble”.

The store, which partnered with Cherwell District Council in the £70m town centre redevelopment, confirmed neither the car park or mezzanine would close.

It said the “wobble” felt in store or in the car-park was “totally in line” with what is expected of the structure.

The move came after messages were posted on social networking sites.

A spokesman for Sainsbury’s said: “This is pure rumour. I can confirm that the car park and mezzanine are definitely not closing.

“Any wobble felt is totally in line with what you would expect from a structure of this size.

“The building is totally safe. Any help with putting this rumour to bed would be much appreciated.”

The development opened in July, and includes a Sainsbury’s supermarket, Vue Cinema, shops and restaurants. It also has a two-deck 527-space car park.

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