Ex­ten­sion plans at two of Aldi’s Wex­ford stores

Wexford People - - NEWS - By ANNA HAYES

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.

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