Saturday June 6, 2020

John Lewis store in the North gets second judicial review on new shop

The saga over whether the British department store John Lewis will be allowed to open its first Irish store outside Belfast is set to continue.

9th June, 2007

The saga over whether the British department store John Lewis will be allowed to open its first Irish store outside Belfast is set to continue.

Leave was granted last week for a second judicial review of the decision to allow the retailer to open a 18,580 square metre unit at the Sprucefield shopping centre between Lisburn and Belfast.

Northern Ireland minister David Cairns green-lighted the development in March on the last day before devolution was due...

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