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14 Aug 2022

Plans progress for 18 new apartments at Francis Street in Dundalk

Significant further information submitted to Council on planned development

Plans progress for 18 new apartments at Francis Street in Dundalk

Plans progress for 18 new apartments at Francis Street in Dundalk

Plans for a five story mixed use building comprising retail/office units and 18 apartments at Francis Street in Dundalk, are progressing with the submission of significant further information on the proposed development to Louth County Council.

Ms Paula Tiernan had applied to the local authority in September 2021 for planning permission for the demolition of an existing single storey office building and the construction of a five storey mixed use building comprising two retail/office units at ground floor level and 18 apartments over four storeys above.

The planned apartments would comprise 12, one bed apartments; one, one bed apartment and and six, two bed apartments. The proposed floors levels 1-3 consist of four, one bed and one, two bed, while floor level four consists of three, two bed apartments. The application also provided for bin storage, cycle parking, pedestrian & vehicular entrances, car parking, site lighting, foul and surface water drainage and all associated site development works.

Louth County Council sought further information in October of last year on the proposed development, which was received by the local authority on 28 July. The "significant" further information provided to the Council, includes a design statement, revised plans, sections and elevations, revised site plans, shadow projection drawings/details and associated report.

It also includes photomontages/3d images of the revised development, details relating to the legal ownership/title and rights of way, details relating to the roads and traffic/car parking management including electric vehicle charging, bicycle parking details and details relating to services including Irish water confirmation of feasibility and surface water attenuation structures.

A decision is now due on the application by 24 August, with submissions due by 10 August.

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