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Permission sought for apartment development off Medebawn on Avenue Road

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Permission is being sought from Louth County Council for a residential development in Dundalk.

McParland Bros. Builders Ltd. has applied for permission for 20 residential units at Avenue Road.

They comprise (i) 3 duplex apartment blocks (Block A, B and C) each comprising of 2 two-bed apartments at ground floor level, 1 three-bed apartment at first floor and second floor level and 1 four-bed apartment at first and second level; (ii) 2 terraced blocks (Block D and E) each comprising of 4 two-storey three-bed dwelling houses.

The development shall include vehicular and pedestrian access to the site through Medebawn and all associated site development works.

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