Plans revealed for a new Lidl supermarket just outside Sheffield

Lidl has announced plans for a new store development on land off High Street in Maltby, and will be holding a public consultation online for the local community to participate in.

Thursday, 26th November 2020, 12:30 pm

The online consultation will outline plans for the new store and the public are invited to comment on the proposals via a dedicated website. Members of the community will also be able to participate in the consultation from 24th November until the 7th December 2020.

A leaflet will be distributed around the local area containing further information about the scheme. Residents with any questions about proposals can contact Lidl’s consultation team directly by email.

The brilliant multi-million pound investment, will see Lidl commit to building a sustainable store with a 1256m² sales area on a 7500m² site, and plans of creating around 40 new full time and part time jobs.

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You can take part in Lidl's online consultation for the proposal of a new store in Maltby.

The new supermarket forms part of the company’s £1.45bn investment in its expansion across Great Britain in 2019 and 2020. Its ongoing success shows no signs of slowing, with the latest Kantar Worldpanel results highlighting Lidl’s increase in sales year on year and market share of 6.1%.

A spokesperson from Lidl GB, said: “We are extremely excited about the prospect of opening a Lidl in Maltby and serving our fresh, quality and incredibly good value produce which shoppers across the country have come to love.

“Our plans are set to create around 40 new positions which would be fantastic for the local community, and we hope that as many people as possible are able to join us for this 'virtual' public consultation. We look forward to sharing and discussing our plans with everyone.”

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