Aldi refused planning for Tramore store

N10S1PicALDI has been refused planning permission for a new store in Tramore. The supermarket giant had lodged a planning application seeking permission to build a 1,729 square metre, single storey shop, in the Strand Road area.
The application also included for 112 car parking spaces and lighting, as well as the construction of a single storey ESB substation, all landscaping, boundary treatment and site development and drainage works on the site.
A number of objections had been lodged with Waterford City & County Planning Department early in November.
On Thursday last, the Planning Department announced that the application had been refused.
Aldi can appeal the decision – however no appeal has been lodged at this time.
Submissions were received from Tesco Ireland Ltd, Leefield Ltd, I McGill, Micheal Guiry, Martin Geary and Bill Power.

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