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Dunnes launches fresh attempt to expand Sandyford outlet

The retail chain has twice been refused planning permission to make the store bigger, but will appeal the latest decision

Killian Woods

Business reporter

9th February, 2020
Dunnes Stores in Beacon South Quarter: it has twice been refused permission to expand the supermarket

Dunnes Stores is embroiled in a new showdown over a plan to expand its outlet in Dublin‘s Beacon South Quarter.

The supermarket retailer, which has operated in the Sandyford Business Estate since July 2007, has made two attempts to expand the outlet in recent years. Both have been refused and it is now appealing the latest refusal.

In 2018, the first move to expand the store was rejected by Dun-Laoghaire Rathdown County Council, with...

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