Lidl Ireland to open a new giant store in Dublin

Lidl Ireland has announced that it has received permission to build a new €14 million store in Dublin.

The new chosen location is Ballybough Road at Dublin 3.

Lidl has obtained planning permission to build a new multimillion-dollar store along with a cafeteria and two commercial premises.

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It is estimated that 35 permanent jobs will be created while another 100 could be created during the development phase of the project.

Construction of the new store will include a range of sustainable features, such as charging points for electric vehicles, a green roof, solar panels and a Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) for plastic bottles and aluminum cans.

“We are incredibly excited about the potential of this new store for the Ballybough area,” said Damien Ryan, Senior Procurement Manager at Lidl Ireland.

“At Lidl, we strive to provide our customers with a pleasurable shopping experience while providing them with market-leading quality and value, and now we are one step closer to meeting this goal.”

“All is going well, construction will begin in the fall of 2022 and the store is anticipated to open in the summer of 2023. We look forward to beginning construction and finally welcoming customers, old and new, to our store.”

Lidl currently has over 160 stores across Ireland.

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