Tipperary Town Lidl Store To Reopen Next Month

Lidl's Tipperary Town Store is scheduled to reopen in November (Image: Google Maps)

Lidl’s Tipperary Town store, located at Bank Place, is set to reopen in November, following a 5-month closure, to facilitate demolition and rebuilding work at the site. The store has been closed since 23rd May 2021.

The German Supermarket chain’s Tipperary Town Store was granted planning permission in early 2021 for the complete demolition of the exiting premises, to allow the construction of a proposed new single level Licenced Discount Foodstore comprising of a retail sales area with ancillary off-licence use and bakery , entrance pod, public facilities (lobby and toilets), staff facilities (staff lobby, toilets, staff canteen area, shower and change room), operational office, meeting room, storage (cold storage), plant room, IT room, storage and delivery area.

Tipp Mid-West Radio have received communication from Lidl Ireland that the newly constructed store is “expected to reopen at the start of November”.

An exact opening date will be made public closer to the time, in the coming weeks.