Louth Co Council consider latest planning applications

Among the planning applications submitted to Louth County Council earlier this month was an application by Faughart National School to decommission an existing septic tank and construct a new proprietary waste water treatment system, percolation area and all associated ancillary site works.

The application was submitted on July 1.

In a completely separate application Margaret Woods applied for planning permission to build a two storey house at Rampark, Jenkinstown, Dundalk. The application was submitted to Louth Co Council on July 1.

In a further separate application, Peter and Kate McEntee are seeking permission for a proposed extension to an existing house at The Shore Road, Dundalk.

Separately, Gerry Rogers has applied to Louth Co Council for planning permission to change the use of existing ground floor guest accommodation to a restaurant and new shop front for the existing barber shop at Blackrock, Dundalk.

Meanwhile in Doolargy, Fr Padraig Murphy is seeking permission for alterations to St Mary’s RC, a protected structure. The application is applying for permission for alterations and extension to protected structure LHS004-008 under the Louth County Development Plan 2009-2015. The development will comprise of roof repairs to existing church roof, removal of existing flat roofed area to rear, construction of new single storey extension to rear, and new side entrance porches.

Among the applications granted planning permission by Louth County Council recently was an application for a new resource room and corridor at St Finian’s NS, Adamstown, Dunleer.

Also Ronan Baker was granted permission for the retention of an existing barbers shop and associated site development works at Ma Bakers, Newry Street, Carlingford.


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