Ireland Bans Superstores

Date: 1 Jan 2001 | posted in: Retail | 0 Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestmail

The Irish government has made permanent a temporary cap on the size of retail stores in effect since 1998. The new law restricts stores in the Dublin area to 3,500 square meters (38,000 sq. ft.) and applies a 3,000 square meter (32,000 sq. ft.) limit to the rest of the country. The policy also requires that new retail stores be located in town centers. … Read More