Aldi Ireland To Reopen Tipperary Town Store Following €3m Upgrade

By Sarah O'Sullivan
Aldi Ireland To Reopen Tipperary Town Store Following €3m Upgrade

Aldi Ireland is set to reopen its Tipperary Town branch on Thursday, following a €3 million investment and an expansion of 33%.

The development includes the addition of six jobs and 15 extra car-parking spaces.

There were also a number of in-store upgrades.

Project Fresh

The redevelopment follows Aldi’s Project Fresh design.

The project aims to provide shoppers with an improved experience and an expanded shopping space.


The retail floor has grown by a third (33%), from 900 to 1,315 square metres.

It is part of a nationwide expansion that aims to contribute to local communities.

The improvements create job opportunities and an enhanced customer shopping experience.

‘Significant Milestone’

The Aldi Tipperary Town store manager Michael Essex said today that he was thrilled at the announcement of the grand reopening.

“This marks a significant milestone in Aldi’s ongoing nationwide expansion,” Essex said, “reinforcing our commitment to providing enhanced shopping experiences and creating job opportunities.


“The newly revamped and larger store provides even more opportunity for our customers to pick up their favourite Aldi products at the unbeatable value they’ve come to know and love.

“We are proud to incorporate sustainable practices into our expansion and enhance the overall experience for our customers.

“Aldi remains dedicated to providing exceptional value, and we look forward to welcoming customers back to the improved Tipperary Town store.”

The store first opened in 2013, as Aldi’s sixth Tipperary store.

It has since become an essential part of the town’s retail landscape.

Read More: Aldi Ireland Reports €1.1bn Spend With Irish Suppliers In 2023

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