Supermarket Chain Applies For Planning Permission For New Town Centre Store

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The site of the proposed new Lidl store on Edward St.

The entrance to the site of the proposed new Lidl store on Edward Street.

LIDL Ireland has applied for planning permission to build a new supermarket at the former Heiton Buckley premises on Edward Street.

The German multi-national intends to build a store comprising 2,767 sq m floor area and two storeys in height.

The construction of the supermarket will include a retail sales area with an ancillary off licence, bakery, public facilities, entrance pod, stairs and lift.

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There will also be 131 park spaces, 6 disabled and 27 bicycle spaces.

Located behind the Centrepoint building on John Joe Sheehy Road/Edward Street, Heiton Buckley closed down back in 2006 and moved to their premises in Clash.

Back in August, the site – which was on the market at a €650,000 guide price from the selling agent REA North’s in Denny Street – realised well in excess of €1m when sold.


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