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Lidl to apply for new store in Dunshaughlin

Story by John Donohoe

Monday, 17th July, 2017 10:42am

Lidl to apply for new store in Dunshaughlin

A computer generated image of the planned Dunshaughlin store.

Lidl Ireland will hold a public consultation meeting on Wednesday 19th July between 4pm and 8pm in Dunshaughlin Community Centre. Residents in the area are invited to meet with the team at Lidl to discuss and view plans for a proposed new store on Main Street, Dunshaughlin. Lidl welcomes any input from local residents and look forward to engaging with the local community in advance of lodging a planning application.

Lidl currently operates 151 stores in the Republic of Ireland and 38 in Northern Ireland, employing over 5,000 people. In a recently commissioned economic report it was found that Lidl buys over €500 million of Irish goods and services annually. In addition to this 1.4% of all Irish food and drink exports was for resale in Lidl stores around Europe. 

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