24 May 2022

Mixed results for Euronet ATM planning applications across Kilkenny

Mixed fates for Euronet ATM planning applications across Kilkenny

Euronet ATMs at Market Cross, Kilkenny City

US company Euronet are continuing their ATM expansion efforts across Kilkenny, evidenced by multiple planning permission requests to the local authority in recent times.

In Kilkenny city, Euronet ATMs have recently been installed in Market Cross Shopping Centre (pictured above).

Another Euronet ATM appears to be on the way for Thomastown Men's Shed after planning permission was granted by Kilkenny County Council last month.

Last month also saw the company submit an application for an ATM to be installed at St Canice's Credit Union in Callan.

A decision on that application is due in mid-June, 2022.

Separately, an effort from the company to install an ATM at The Globe Bar and Restaurant (listed in Kilkenny County Council Record of Protected Structures) in Graignamanagh was recently refused.

In 2020, Euronet paid an estimated €20 million to acquire hundreds of Bank of Ireland's non-branch ATMs in the Republic of Ireland.

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