Tuesday February 18, 2020

Retail park operators object to Liffey Valley expansion plans

Objectors say plans including roads and car parks overhaul need to be designed to suit all stakeholders, not just the shopping centre

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
12th January, 2020
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre last year applied to develop a new bus interchange and combine smaller retail units into larger spaces to add more tenants

The operators of Liffey Valley Retail Park in west Dublin have lodged a series of objections against the nearby shopping centre’s expansion plans.

Last year, Liffey Valley Shopping Centre applied to develop a new bus interchange facility and combine smaller sets of retail units into larger spaces to accommodate new tenants.

The plans involve changes to the layout of the centre’s roads and car parks to create a bus layover facility with space...

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