04 Oct 2022

Go ahead given for new shop and café outside Dundalk

Louth County Council

Go ahead given for new shop and café outside Dundalk

Go ahead given for new shop and café outside Dundalk

Planning permission has been given for a new shop/café building as party of a development at the Junction 20 Service Station in Carrickarnon, Dundalk.

Kieran Byrne has been granted planning permission by Louth County Council for the demolition of the existing filling station workshop, retail and office at the site, and the construction of a new shop/café building with office and forecourt canopy. The redevelopment plans include provision for new electric car charging ports with a canopy.

The planning application indicates that renewable energy will be utilised at the new development, in the form of solar panels and a domestic scale wind turbine.

Planning permission had been sought in October 2021, but a request for further information on the proposed development meant that the decision to grant conditional planning permission was not made until 16 March.

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