Clare Hall Shopping Centre, Dublin

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Clarehall Shopping Centre is a shopping centre located in the Clarehall residential area of North Dublin which it is coincidentally named after. The centre is anchored by one of Ireland’s first Tesco Extra stores, which opened in 2006.
In March 2000, Tesco began planning to build a "£20 million shopping centre" in Dublin 17. The application for planning approval replaced a previous one for a single store on the site, but it was ignored. Tesco was believed to have paid around £12 million for the 10-acre site, which had been occupied by the Clare Manor Hotel, previously a country house known as Claregrove House (of which the Icehouse still remains). Over one year later, Tesco was still applying for planning permission as it was rejected by Dublin City Corporation as Tesco's request was for a shopping centre to replace existing planning permission for a standalone store. The shopping centre officially opened in the summer of 2004 after years of disputes regarding the size of the centre among various other factors.
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  • Kay's kitchen is the restaurant in Clare hall shopping centre. The establishment is clean, roomy and the staff are friendly. However, on a recent visit for tea I was disappointed. When you order a gre...  more »
  • A very nice shopping centre with a few nice places to shop and Tesco as the anchor tenants. Plenty of parking and a couple of decent eateries like Kays or KFC It has an Eason bookshop, Post Office, TU...  more »
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  • Objectively, it's a great local shopping centre. Although there is not a huge variety of shops in this place, it's great at the essentials. I have been living in the are for over a year now and have been visiting the place on weekly basis, have always had a great experience. The staff are very friendly and helpful at all times and the facilities are well maintained and clean.
  • One of the good shopping centre in Dublin 13 area. It has multiple outlets including Tesco, Deals, Butcher shop, Euro giant etc. Tesco stays operational from 7 am to midnight all days. Also has good activities for children's.
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