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Delayed supermarket ready to go

Wednesday, 6th February, 2019 9:57am

Story by Siobhan Holliman
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Delayed supermarket ready to go

A planning drawing of the planned supermarket.

Delayed supermarket ready to go

A planning drawing of the planned supermarket.

CONSTRUCTION work on a new supermarket, thought to be for a UK-based chain, is planned to start at a site on the edge of Tuam town centre towards the end of this year.
An extension of time is being sought on the planning application that was previously granted for a greenfield site in Cloonthue. If this gets the green light the developers have indicated work on the new 2,120 sqm anchor store should begin in October.

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