Proposals for a new Aldi store and employment scheme in Ruthin
Aldi, the award-winning discount food retailer, is preparing plans to open a new, high-quality food store and an employment unit on land off the A525 (Lon Gwernydd) in Ruthin.
The scheme would provide an attractive, modern Aldi food store in a convenient and accessible location north of Ruthin town centre, transforming this allocated development site. The scheme will also deliver a new access road, a new 653m2 employment unit and outline permission for further 4,870m2 of units.
Overall, the proposals will be part of a “hybrid application” which will see Aldi seek full planning permission for the food store, one employment unit and an access road into the estate, as well as outline planning permission for the remainder of the site to be developed into further employment units. A detailed proposal for these additional employment units would be submitted as a “Reserved Matters” application at a later stage.
As part of the statutory consultation process, Aldi triggered the 28-day pre-application consultation period on Friday 26 April 2019 for this site.
You can read detailed information about the proposals as well as the draft planning documents on the Documents and Downloads section.
Aldi will submit the planning application to Denbighshire County Council in June 2019. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and feedback on our proposals.
We will be holding a public exhibition to showcase the plans and take feedback from the local community. We would be delighted if you could attend:
On: Wednesday 15 May 2019
Between: 3pm and 7pm
At: Llanfwrog Community Centre, Mwrog Street, Ruthin, LL15 1LE
Members of the project team will be available to talk through the proposals in more detail and answer questions you may have. You will also be able to provide feedback at the public exhibition.
We are keen to hear your feedback on our proposals for a new community food store in Ruthin. Ways in which you can provide your feedback are detailed on our Contact page, or you can provide online feedback via the Have your say page.