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TK Maxx push on with plans to open in Mayo

Friday, 8th January, 2016 3:18pm
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TK Maxx push on with plans to open in Mayo
TK Maxx push on with plans to open in Mayo

FASHION retailer TK Maxx is stepping up its plans to open in Castlebar.

The company has been granted planning permisison to erect signage at the former Homebase outlet at Lough Lannagh Retail Park.

The building is owned by local development firm Cavendish Lane Properties.

TK Maxx is one of Europe’s leading off-price clothing and homeware retailer.

It sells an assortment of designer labels, top brands, up-and-coming labels, stylish fashion, homeware, gifts and one-off gems, at up to 60% less than the RRP.

TK Maxx is part of TJX Europe, with over 400 stores across the UK, Ireland, Poland, Germany and Austria. 

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