Exciting plans have been unveiled for a new multi-million pound Marks & Spencer in Largs which would generate around 50 jobs.

The wraps have been taken off a proposed M&S Food Store for 123-125 Main Street, to replace the Pearson of Largs showroom, inset, and base of architects firm Stewart Associates.
All jobs will be retained by both Pearson, who are expanding at Wemyss Bay, and Stewart Associates, who will be moving to new premises in Largs.
A planning application is due to be submitted for the M&S Food Store later this month
The current main occupiers of the site, Pearson, propose to consolidate existing operations to their site at Wemyss Bay and will retain all current jobs, while Stewart Associates have new premises lined up in Bath Street, Largs.

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Pearson Garage are preparing to expand their Wemyss Bay operation with an extended collection and delivery service for Largs customers, and new workshops. 
Owner David Pearson said: “It is exciting times ahead and we look forward to offering our new expanded service for Largs customers.”
Brian Stewart, who runs Stewart Associates, said: “We are moving to 23 Bath Street and we will be moving all of our six staff in the new year.
“It is going to be a big boost for the town to have a new M&S Food Store.”
Independent councillor Ian Murdoch told the News: “I am delighted about the prospect of an M&S Food Store coming to Largs, providing it passes all the planning regulations.
“It is a great piece of business by the owners of the site.
“It will provide a different choice for consumers and it is a great thing to attract people to Largs from surrounding areas and I am sure it will be a big success.”

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