Plans lodged for new homes on North Road
Plans have been lodged with Louth County Council for new homes in the curtilage of a protected structure in Drogheda.
James McKevitt and Keith O’Leary are seeking permission for development at 47 and 50 North Road which includes construction of 13 residential units within 2 new blocks:
One 3-storey/2-storey block (consisting of 3 one-bed apartments, 3 two-bed duplex dwellings and 1 three-bed dwelling) and one 3-storey block (consisting of 3 two-bed apartments and 3 three-bed duplex dwellings), demolition of 2 existing outbuildings, new internal circulation road, pedestrian footpaths, carparking, bicycle parking, bin store, public open space, boundary treatment and landscaping, and all associated site development and infrastructure works.
Elsewhere, permission is being sought by Colm Flynn for a dwelling house, detached domestic garage, wastewater treatment system and percolation area and all associated siteworks, at Milltown, Grangebellew.
John Carton is seeking permission for a proposed dwelling house, domestic garage, wastewater treatment system and polishing filter percolation area, new vehicular entrance and all associated site development works, at Coolfore, Monasterboice, Drogheda.
An extension of duration of planning 17724 (ABP Ref. 300807-18) is sought by Seamus and Sheila Fagan for demolition of existing store and construction of an extension to St Anthony’s, Trinity Street, Drogheda, comprising single bedroom extension at basement level with two one-bedroom residential units over on two storeys.
Mark Galligan has applied for a change of use from residential (which includes holiday home use for the owner and family) to also include occasional short-term letting of the property for reward, at No. 38 The Links, Seapoint, Termonfeckin.
Permission sought by Jennifer and George Craven and Tyrrell for a proposed extension to existing vernacular derelict single storey structure including a new wastewater treatment system, proposed private well and a new site entrance to be established, at Millockstown, Ardee, site south of the ‘Jumping Church’.
The extension to consist of a single storey ‘link’ connecting the existing structure to a new 2-storey extension. The existing vernacular structure will be carefully restored and incorporated as part of the dwelling, which will be approx. 220sq.m in total, together with all associated site works.
Peter and Karen O’Connell are seeking permission for conversion and extension of the existing property’s garage into an individual, one storey self-contained house for family needs, at 1 White River Manor, Tenure, Dunleer.
The proposed new property will include a living room, kitchen, entrance hall, disability bathroom and one bedroom.
Matthew and Catherine Myles have applied for construction of a glamping site containing 4 separate yurts, packaged wastewater treatment system with polishing filter, car-parking, provide toilet block and washing facilities in part of existing shed, modify existing entrance along with any ancillary site works, at Glack, Ardee.