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Do you have a site for Lidl?

By timesecholife on in All News, Featured News

A DISCOUNT supermarket chain has confirmed that it is looking for a site in Cheadle. Lidl is currently looking at continuing its “phenomenal growth” by opening new stores across the country. In a 'Site Requirements' brochure which has been produced by Lidl this autumn, it sets out the areas that the company are looking at gaining sites, including in Cheadle, as well as other areas in Staffordshire.

They are looking for: “prominent locations with easy access and strong pedestrian or traffic flow” and also for “freehold, leasehold or long leasehold opportunities”, with the unit sizes flexible on design and scale between 14,000 and 26,500 square feet and 1.5 acres plus for standalone stores or up to four acres for mixed-use schemes.

A spokesman for Lidl told the Times & Echo: “As part of ongoing national expansion plans, our dedicated property teams are working hard to identify suitable locations across England, Scotland and Wales.

This is for both new stores where there is demand for a Lidl, and existing stores that we would like to remodel for customers, which may require a relocation to do so.

We would encourage any landowners or agents who may be aware of suitable sites, to get in touch with our property teams to discuss.”

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  • I think an ideal place would be the empty Nat West Bank in Cheadle High street it would bring more people into the badly needed high street
    Written by Eddie Bailey, November 5, 2019 - Reply
  • I would have thought that the only area of land with enough space to house a modern Lidl store (probably bigger than Asda), would be on Brookhouses. Anywhere else is too congested, cramped or too far from town.
    Written by Gareth Owen-Jones, November 9, 2019 - Reply
  • The site of the old people's home near the Well Street Medical Centre would be ideal as it is close to Morrisons and the town. Both Morrisons and Asda are ripping off the people of Cheadle with ridiculous markups and 50% to 100% increases on some products! There is no way these stores would survive if Lidl's value for money policies were in place here. WELCOME.
    Written by John M Smith, December 21, 2019 - Reply


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