ASDA has proposed a new neighbourhood store in a leaflet for residents.
Plans for the store, which would be in Peall Road, Thornton Heath, were set in motion last week.
The leaflet, which includes an artist's impression, is encouraging residents to share what they would like to see from the supermarket.
The leaflet focuses on the 200 jobs the supermarket will bring, stating: "Asda regularly works with Jobcentre Plus, local colleges and other community organisations to recruit and train colleagues for its stores."
The site was formerly occupied by MFI and Dreams and has been vacant for the past four years.
The building will be completely refurbished as part of the plans to create the new store.
The leaflet also states the store will have more than 100 parking spaces. On-street parking measures may also be considered.
It says: "The site of the proposed Asda store has been vacant for the past four years and has fallen into a state of disrepair.
"Although the proposals do not include making any major structural changes to the site, the building will be completely refurbished, both internally and externally to create a visually appealing new store for the local community."
For more information or to tell Asda your views, e-mail email@example.com or call 0845 607 6008. You can also visit the website at www.asdapeallroad.co.uk