Extension plans at two of Aldi’s Wexford stores
TWO OF Wexford’s three Aldi stores are seeking permission for extensions to their stores.
The Aldi store in Carricklawn is seeking permission to extend from 1,453 sqm to 1,778 sqm, which would increase the retail space from 990 sqm to 1,315 sqm.
The development also includes a new canopy to replace the existing one, a new entrance lobby within the extension, new illuminated single board poster signage, an entrance glass sign, a trolley bay graphic sign, and amendments to the car parking layout.
The plan would see a decrease in car parking spaces, from 95 to 94.
The store is the third Aldi unit in Wexford town, having opened in 2014.
The store in Trinity Street is also seeking permission for an extension that would see the store grow from 1,296 sqm to 1,685 sqm, offering a total retail area of 1,164 sqm.
The development includes a new loading bay and bin storage, a new illuminated single board poster sign and entrance glass sign, a trolley bay graphic sign, and amendments to the car park that will see a decrease in spaces from 90 down to 86.
The Trinity Street store was the first Aldi in the town, opening its doors in November 2004.
The Aldi store in Wexford Retail Park was recently refurbished as part of the company’s €160m investment in its Irish store network.
The retail park store opened in 2009.
The Aldi store in Trinity Street, Wexford.