Supermarket chain Iceland is to open a new store in central York.
The company is taking over the old Homesense shop at Foss Islands Road, which closed just over a year ago.
Iceland expects the move to create 40 jobs, 10 full-time and 30 part-time.
It will add to the concentration of supermarkets in the Foss Bank and Foss Islands area, with Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Waitrose and budget retailers B&M and Home Bargains already all having stores within half a mile.
Iceland has been expanding across the UK in recent years, opening more than 100 of its larger The Food Warehouse branches, including at Clifton Moor in York, in addition to its regular stores.
The plans for Foss Islands Road were revealed in planning applications to City of York Council, and follow changes to rules for the shopping park in recent years.
When the site opened in 2008, permission was for the large Morrisons store and the other shops were restricted to non-food retailers that specialised in large bulky goods, to reduce competition with city-centre shops.
But those restrictions have been gradually lifted over the past five years, due to changes in demand from big companies and also due to legal rulings about similar restrictions elsewhere.
Iceland intends to carry out minor works to the shop frontage, but no major building or landscaping works.
Homesense had opened in Foss Islands in 2010 but closed in March last year.