29 February 2024

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Lidl in Gort set to be demolished and rebuilt

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Lidl in Gort set to be demolished and rebuilt

Lidl in Gort is set to be demolished – and replaced with a brand new and improved building.

It’s after county planners gave the green light for the project at Crowe Street with 26 conditions attached.

One condition is that Lidl will provide a minimum of 2 hour free public parking, to encourage sustainable and joined shopping trips to the town.

Overall, the new store will offer about 40 percent more floor space, but there’s a number of other aspects to the plans apart from the new store.

They include a public plaza, several new pedestrian access points, and improvements to vehicle access.

 

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