The supermarket chain Lidle will invest €11 million in their new store to be built in Dublin. The store to be built in Clonshaugh in Dublin 11 area has been granted with permission from An Bord Pleanála, the company said.
80 jobs will be created during the construction phase and recruitment of 35 permanent staff will be carried out once the construction completes. The construction is set to begin early next year and the store plans to open by mid-summer.
The new store will have all new facilities and standards and to be built on A1 energy standard, said Lidl.
“The A1 energy rated store will optimise the building’s design, usage of materials, and reduced energy consumption through the use of energy systems such as solar PV panels, energy efficient heat pumps, and LED lighting, which in turn, reduces green-house gas emissions,” the company said.
The store will have more space compared to the existing ones and will give a more joyful shopping experience, according to the owners.
Lidl started operation in Ireland back in 2000 and now has over 160 stores countrywide.