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Lidl Plan Larger Store

JUST five years after opening in Stranraer, Lidl plan to build a new discount foodstore, bigger than their existing building.

The German-based company have applied for planning permission to demolish their present store and replace it with one of their larger-sized buildings with extra car parking.

Plans lodged with Dumfries and Galloway Council show that the new store will be built on the site of the derelict Stranraer Dairies buildings.

It will provide 1626 square metres of floor space of which 1286 square metres will be the sales area.

According to Hargest and Wallace Planning, who have accompanied plans and drawings of the development with a an executive summary

"The purpose of the proposed redevelopment is to improve customer comfort within the store.

"No extra lines will be introduced and the same products will be sold."

It added:

"The proposed development will provide an enhanced retail facility for the benefit of residents in Stranraer and the surrounding rural area.

"Customer comfort will be improved."

The Stranraer store is one of 57 in Scotland and 400 throughout Britain.

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