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Looted Lidl To Re-open At The End Of August


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Lidl has confirmed its Dublin store destroyed by looters during Storm Emma will re-open next month.

The supermarket in Fortunestown is being completely rebuilt, after a digger was used to rip the original building apart back in March.

Affected staff who have been working in other nearby stores will be able to return to their jobs by the end of August.

Lidl says the new store will be bigger, and have double the amount of car-parking spaces along with charging points for electric cars.

In a statement, the company said the store team that were redeployed "look forward to returning to the new store in August and welcoming back valued customers".

The store will have much higher energy efficiency standards, including sensor controlled exterior sun blinds, and high insulation external cladding.


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