Lidl has decided to host a public meeting to discuss the controversial store planned for Carrick-on-Shannon.
Last night, more than 130 people attended a public meeting in the town to oppose the two-storey store planned for Attyrory and Attifinlay, on a site bounded by the N4 and Circular Road.
The supermarket giant intends relocating from Cortober, on the Roscommon side of the Leitrim county town.
This evening Lidl has announced it has taken the decision to hold its own public meeting to showcase the plans for the new store.
It will take place in the Landmark Hotel in Carrick next Tuesday, June 20th, from 5pm until 8pm.
The company’s design team will be on hand to answer questions.