Cut price stores paying top prices for land

There seems to be no reduction in the ongoing popularity of ‘cut price’ grocery stores so they in turn continue to pay top prices for development sites in urban locations which fit their brief.

Like many niche buyers their site requirements are quite specific – but if something ticks the boxes they’ll generally push very hard to secure an agreement to purchase.
Lidl purchased this site in High St.

Berkhamsted and now have consent for a new ‘low cost’ store together with a range of private and affordable residential apartments on the upper floors.

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