Plans to develop store in Cork suburb refused 

Plans to develop store in Cork suburb refused 

Permission for the development has been refused by Cork City Council. Pic. Robbie Reynolds

PLANS to develop a store in a Cork suburb have been refused.

Cork City Council has refused an application for plans for the development of a store in Douglas.

The permission was sought by Lidl for the development on a site located between the Douglas Relief Road and Douglas.

Permission was sought for the development which was to include the demolition of an ESB Substation and the construction of a Mixed-Use building which would include the licensed discount food store, a café and residential apartments.

The application was received in June of this year.

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