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New M & S Store Proposed For Coleraine

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Marks & Spencer is proposing to expand in Coleraine with a brand-new store at Riverside Retail Park. The plans involve a new 17,100 sq ft Foodhall – offering customers the quality and freshness of M&S Food, with over 5,000 food and drink products.

Philip Conlon, Head of Region for M&S in Northern Ireland said,

“We are always thinking about how we can deliver great service for our customers. We believe that Riverside Retail Park is the ideal location to open a new M&S Foodhall to serve not only the Coleraine area, but the entire North Coast. The new Foodhall will provide customers with a bigger and better shopping experience, as well as convenient and accessible car parking.”

A spokesperson for Riverside Retail Park said,

“This will be a significant investment in Coleraine of £2.5 million – creating 40 jobs during the construction phase and supporting a further 70 full time and part time jobs when the store is opened and operational.

“Given the economic uncertainty caused by Covid-19 and by Brexit we believe this investment represents a real vote of confidence in Coleraine.”

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