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Grocers’ group object to Aldi ‘big box’

Wednesday, 30th January, 2019 10:01am

Story by Siobhan Holliman
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Grocers’ group object to Aldi ‘big box’

The Glynns site earmarked for the new Aldi store.

Grocers’ group object to Aldi ‘big box’

The Glynns site earmarked for the new Aldi store.

THE group representing independent grocers in Ireland, RGDATA, is objecting to a proposed Aldi supermarket in Tuam describing it as a “big box” that threatens the vitality and viability of the town centre.
The group believes the planning permission for a much larger supermarket and commercial development that exists on the entire Glynn’s Homevalue site would be preferable to the single-storey discount supermarket for which planning permission is currently being sought.

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