The Morrisons branch in Shepherd’s Bush has closed with the loss of 170 jobs.
The store, based within the West 12 Shopping Centre, shut its doors to customers for the final time on Sunday (November 27).
The closure comes two months after the supermarket announced plans to shut the store.
It promised at the time to hold a consultation aimed at redeploying as many staff as possible.
Speaking to getwestlondon at the time the closure was announced, a Morrisons spokesperson said: “We regret to say that we are proposing to close our store in Shepherd’s Bush.
“We have looked at a whole range of options to make the store viable but none gave us confidence that we could run it successfully.
"We will now be going through a consultation process with colleagues.”
Regular shopper, Timothy Warner, lamented the closure.
He said: "People have been turning up surprised. So many people use that shop because of where it was situated. It's essential to every type of people imaginable.
'Staff were in tears'
"I used to shop there often and I'll miss it.
"It was a good shop. When I spoke to a member of staff on Saturday (November 26) she was in tears.
"It's going to be a loss to the community."
The supermarket closing is one of three businesses shutting which is hitting the area.
The HSBC bank has announced it is leaving Shepherd’s Bush Green , while the Crown Post Office, also on the Green, is relocating to Westfield Shopping Centre.
There have since been calls for the Post Office to remain on the Green, with some saying it should move into West 12 Shopping Centre .
Speaking at the time the Morrisons closure was announced, Hammersmith Labour MP Andy Slaughter said low-income residents living on the Charecroft Estate would be hit hard.
He continued: “This is terrible news for the W12 area and to the 170 staff who work in the store.
“Having weathered the opening of the nearby Westfield and having shown continued demand for a large retail supermarket on site, it is devastating to hear that this store could close.
“I am not only concerned for the welfare of the members of staff but also the local customers, many of whom are older and will find it hard to travel to the Tesco in Brook Green.
“I am also worried about the future of the West 12 centre; Morrisons is the anchor store for this shopping centre, and this will be very bad news for the other, smaller businesses based here.
“Along with local councillors, I will be seeking a meeting with Morrisons to see what can be done to save the store or to attract a similar, large retailer to the West 12 centre.”
Earlier this year Morrisons confirmed the closure of its branch in Hounslow . It came after the supermarket created 185 jobs by opening a branch in Ealing.
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