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IKEA to Open at Pipeworks Market Site, Campbellfield, Melbourne

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Written by Marc Pallisco   
Monday, 01 November 2010 00:19

VICTORIAN Planning Minister Justin Madden has approved a planning permit and rezoning of Campbellfield’s Pipeworks Market, paving the way for Swedish furniture giant IKEA to open a new store there.

The 41,000 square metre IKEA store will be the group's biggest in Australia. It will replace Pipeworks address at 400 Mahoneys Road.

In Melbourne, IKEA also trades from Victoria Gardens in Richmond, and is building another store in Springvale, near a new, large Harvey Norman store.


In the 1990s the retailer had three Melbourne stores, including one in Moorabbin, in the south-east near Springvale.

The new Campbellfield IKEA store is set to start construction in the middle of next year, and be open for trade by mid 2012.

Details of the store are available at this government website:

http://www.premier.vic.gov.au/newsroom/12560.html

 

 

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