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Navan in line for second Aldi store

Wednesday, 8th August, 2018 2:35pm

Navan in line for second Aldi store

It will be the second Aldi store in Navan

Meath County Council granted permission to Foxtrot Investments 2011 Ltd last week for the supermarket, as part of a six-storey mixed use development at Balmoral on the Kells Road.
The gateway building will comprise of a 1,695 sq.m ground-floor discount food store with off-licence and 90 carparking spaces. 
In addition there will be over 5,000sq.m of medical and office space overhead, all serviced by a 120 space underground carpark.
Although no retail giant has put their name to the new development, there is widespread speculation in the town that Aldi - which already operates on Brews Hill - is about to open a second store.
The proposed development has been welcomed by Navan Fianna Fail Cllr Tommy Reilly. “It’s a modern and very impressive new building which will be visually impressive at the gateway of the town from Kells.”