Posted on Wednesday 8 August 2018 by John Mulgrew
Centra is creating around 80 new jobs with three new stores, Ulster Business can reveal.
Work is now under way on a £1.5m Centra and Chipmongers chip shop in Carryduff, outside Belfast, while in Limavady, Co Londonderry, it’s understood it’s also opening a £450,000 store.
Centra confirmed to Ulster Business that the two new stores would be opening later this year.
It comes after Centra announced the creation of 30 jobs at a shop in Craigavon, Co Armagh as part of a £2.5m investment.
The investment by retailer Musgrave and the Greene family includes a new Centra store and Go Fuel forecourt, located at Lake Road, Craigavon, close to Rushmere Shopping Centre.
The new store brings the number of Centra shops to almost 90, with close to 500 across Ireland.
Store owner, Tom Greene said: “We are proud to work with Musgrave, Centra and Go Fuel on what has been a highly significant development for the area.
“This store has been developed with the ever-busy commuter in mind, providing a range of fresh food and convenience options, alongside an extensive grocery range.
“As well as being a one-stop shop for food, household necessities and vehicle fuel, the new Centra store offers comfortable, stylish surroundings.”