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Plans for live entertainment venue in Dundalk among Louth County Council planning applications


Park Street Taverns Ltd has applied for permission to turn a former storage facility into an entertainment venue.

Park Street Taverns Ltd has applied for permission to turn a former storage facility into an entertainment venue.

Park Street Taverns Ltd has applied for permission to turn a former storage facility into an entertainment venue.


There are plans for a new entertainment venue in Dundalk.

Park Street Taverns Ltd has applied to Louth County Council for permission for the change of use of an existing storage building to a music/events venue with public bar, alterations to the existing elevations, signage and all associated site development works, at 40 Park Street, Dundalk, part of the former Callan’s Off-Licence.

Elsewhere, Ollie and Bridget Agnew are seeking permission for the demolition of an existing rear extension and sheds, construction of new rear extension and front porch, elevational changes including raising the height of the dwelling house to accommodate an attic conversion, new domestic shed, widening of existing vehicular entrance and all associated site development works, at Mullavalley, Louth Village.

Retention permission and completion is being sought by John O’Connor for a dwelling house at Bogtown, Dromiskin.

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Derek Monahan has applied for retention permission for a detached single storey domestic garage/games room and associated site development works, at Chapel Road, Mullagharlin.

Extension granted

An extension of duration of planning permission has been granted for a housing development near Dundalk town centre.

Louth County Council has granted the application to Thomas Agnew & Sons Ltd in respect of 4 single storey houses on land adjacent to the Garden House, Mill Street, including new side and rear boundary for the existing house and all site development works.

Permission granted to Niamh McBride to renovate existing dwelling and erect a new front porch, replace and increase the height of the existing roof to improve existing first floor accommodation and associated alterations to existing elevations.

Also, permission to demolish existing domestic garage; construct a new detached domestic garage and carport to rear of existing dwelling and improve existing entrance, connect to existing services onsite and all ancillary and associated works, at 51 Woodland Drive, Ard Easmuinn, Dundalk.

Catriona McDonnell has received permission for retention of a kitchen/dining room, sitting room and bathroom extension to the rear of an existing dwelling house, at Marlbog Road, Heynestown, Dundalk.

The go-ahead has been given to Caoimhe and Eoghan Harney for alterations and extension to the existing dwelling house and curtilage at The Old Rectory, a Protected Structure, at Killincoole, Readypenny.

It consists of alterations/refurbishment to internal areas and façades of existing two storey over basement dwelling house; construction of attached contemporary single storey extension with flat roof to the rear; conversion of existing adjacent two storey outbuildings to the rear and incorporation into extended dwelling house; demolition and removal of existing agricultural outbuilding structures; construction of new agricultural structures to the rear; alterations and relocation of existing site entrance gates and railings; refurbishment to internal areas and façades of existing single storey gate lodge building; new Premier Tech Aqua Solido SMART 8PE waste water treatment plant; all ancillary site development works, boundary treatment works and services, at The Old Rectory/Glebe House.

Kevin Patrick McGeough and Jean McGeough granted permission for the installation of 2 new rooflights and retention of ground floor extensions to a dwelling house, retention of conversion of the attic space to storage space and retention of 2 first floor windows in the gable end walls, at Philipstown, Dundalk.


An Bord Pleanála has deemed as ‘invalid’ a Stage 3 Strategic Housing Development application from Cluid Housing Association.

It was made to the Board in respect of 113 residential units in Muirhevnamór, Dundalk, comprising 40 three-bed two storey and 14 two-bed two storey houses and 59 apartments (23 one-bed and 36 two-bed) as well as a caretaker office, bike shelters and bin enclosures and site development works, roads parking and children’s play area.