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The Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association (NIIRTA) and Ballycastle Chamber of Commerce have welcomed todays decision of the Planning Appeals Commission to uphold the DOEs decision to reject a major out of town Tesco supermarket. 

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The Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association (NIIRTA) has described clothing retailer Internacionale going into administration as a big loss to the local retail sector and high streets. 

 NIIRTA Chief Executive Glyn Roberts said:

The Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association (NIIRTA) has welcomed today's decision of the Planning Appeals Commission to uphold the DOE Planning Service decision to reject a proposed Tesco store on Buncrana Road.

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The Consumer Council is encouraging businesses to get in touch with the organisation for free, independent advice to ensure they arent paying more for their water than they have to.

On a visit to Ballymoney yesterday to meet with Mayor John Finlay and Chamber President Winifred Mellett, the Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association Chief Executive, Glyn Roberts urged support for the new Town Centre Masterplan and commended the Council for passing a -0.25% Business Rate. 

The Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association (NIIRTA) has welcomed news that fifteen out of the twenty-six Local Councils have passed 0% rate and that three, Omagh, Ballymoney and Castlereagh actually reduced their rates. 

The Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association (NIIRTA) has today issued a call for local traders to get behind the Giro dItalia to showcase the very best of Northern Ireland. 

NI Water has launched its new summary of contracts worth £130 million which are available to cover goods and services required by the company over the next 18 months. 

In a joint statement, Strabane Chamber of Commerce, Federation of Small Businesses and the Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association (NIIRTA) has expressed major concern with the hypermarket elements of the Three Rivers planning application in Strabane and put forward a compromise option. 

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