A supermarket chain with nearly 500 stores in the UK is to close its Crawley branch.
Morrisons is proposing to close its store on the High Street, a spokeswoman for the firm said.
The supermarket giant said the Crawley store was ‘currently unviable’.
She added: “As we continue to focus on building a broader, stronger Morrisons we are constantly reviewing opportunities for new stores and the performance of our existing estate.
“[We are] today, regrettably, proposing to close our Crawley store.”
But Morrisons is planning to invest in four new stores this year, according to the spokeswoman.
She said: “We will now be going through a consultation process at the store and will be discussing how to reduce redundancies and, where possible, redeploy our highly valued colleagues within the business.”