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|All change at the Triangle|
|Saturday, 18 March 2006 17:24|
Alessandro Filipik opened Il Picchio (the Woodpecker) - a new Italian café and
deli - on the Triangle on March 18 (2006) from the site previously
occupied by Amelie’s. Meanwhile,
over the road, Moss pharmacy will leave the Triangle in June, and an application has been made to turn the former Shell petrol station up the road into a retail store.
Residents will have to make their way to Thorold Road for their prescriptions when Moss pharmacy leaves the Triangle in June. A new facility is being built by PMP Health Developments where the old health clinic used to be. The Bitterne Park GP Surgery is leasing the ground floor and the Primary Care Trust will lease the first and second floor for its health clinic. The pharmacy has made plans with PMP Health Developments to be included at the site.
Opposite Thorold Road, Plessey Investments Ltd have applied to turn the former Shell petrol station into "a single-storey retail store with associated car parking and servicing area".
Alessandro Filipik in new Italian café Il Picchio on the Triangle. He'll be serving coffees, teas, pasta, panini, focaccia, puddings and more.