An extension of planning permission has been granted by Louth County Council for up to 2,000 new homes on the Ballymakenny Road/ Twenties Lane, Yellowbatter and Moneymore area.
Moffett Investment Holdings ULC sought an extension on their 10 year permission for a mixed use development comprising a total of 527 dwellings and a civic/commerical neighbourhood centre. The neighbourhood centre includes a supermarket, a pub, restaurants and a coffee shop.
They are also planning two playgrounds on the site of c16.27 hectares bounded generally by Twenties Lane to the East; Drogheda VEC lands and a residential scheme under construction to the south.
Eileen Kelly has also secured an extension for permission within the townland of The Twenties, Drogheda. The development will consist of a total of 613 residential units over 17.48ha.
The development also involves the provision of 1.96ha of public open space and the provision of a total of 1,163 surface, basement and podium car parking spaces.
John Mathews has sought permission for 204 residential units and a creche facility on lands measuring 6.16ha at Yellowbatter, North Drogheda Environs.
Kevin Sands has also been granted an extension for plans on a site of 15.53ha.The development will comprise a neighbourhood centre comprising four and five storey over basement blocks with a six storey corner element. A supermarket, medical centre, cafe/ bars are also included with 598 dwellings.
Planning permission is also sought for the erection of a temporary dual frontage sign of 8sqm fronting onto Ballymakenny Road.