Kildare Village shoppers jump by 21 per cent

Luxury fashion outlet Kildare Village enjoyed sales growth of 21 per cent last year, following the opening of a €50m Phase 2 extension in late 2015.

Footfall was up 27 per cent with international visitor numbers and tax-free sales growing strongly -  writes kildarenow.com.

The Village is owned by Value Retail and houses 95 boutiques. Prada, one of the world's most desirable luxury brands, will open there next week, while other new openings include The White Company, Kurt Geiger Men's, Rituals and The Christmas Collective.

Brands which opened in 2016 include DVF, Guess and New Balance and the total number of stores has now reached 95.

Value Retail recently applied for planning permission for375 new car parking spaces on a 1.84 hectare site beside the nearby Aldi store.

The proposed car park will have access for pedestrians and motorists from Grey Abbey Road.

There will also be pedestrian and emergency vehicle only access from Tully Road.

Permission is also applied for lighting, landscaping and other works.

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