It has been almost 10 years since a development application for a supermarket in Tatton was approved, but residents in the booming south are still waiting.
In September 2009, Wagga City Council approved a $1.8 million site on the corner of Stirling Boulevard and Wellington Avenue for a proposed supermarket, retail shops and a medical centre.
Since then, the medical centre has been constructed as well as land being subdivided.
The 'supermarket site' is listed on Fitzpatricks Commerical Real Estate for $1.38 million, which has already received some initial enquiry.
"It presents a great opportunity with such an affluent and large catchment area, but the start of the construction will depend on the purchaser's time frame," said Geoff Seymour, Fitzpatricks director and commercial property manager.
"Council planning set aside this land as these suburbs were developed.
"It doesn't necessarily need to be a supermarket as B2 zoning allows for a wide range of other uses."
Under the Wagga Local Environmental Plan 2010, B2 zoning with permitted consent allows for centres such as community and entertainment facilities, educational establishments and tourist and visitor accommodation.
Mr Seymour said the enquiry has come from both private and national supermarket chains, but argued it would be unlikely to see a major supermarket company opening a store at that site.
"Due to the size of the land and the proximity to Kooringal, I don't see it being one of the major chains," he said.
The site is owned by private investors, however the development application was submitted by Rob Pickett Design.