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30/07/2021

Longford County Council planners give go ahead for construction of Kenagh housing development

Longford County Council planners give go ahead for construction of Kenagh housing development

Longford County Council planners give go ahead for construction of Kenagh housing development

Longford County Council planners have granted conditional planning permission for the construction of a housing development in Kenagh. 

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Kenagh Construction applied to the local authority on December 9 last for permission to develop five houses at Tailors Lawn, Kenagh. 

The proposed five-house development will comprise of three 2-storey 3 bedroom semi-detached houses, one 4 bedroom 2 storey semi detached house and one 4 bedroom 2 storey detached house.

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The proposed development provides for associated site services, site works and private gardens: public open space and a new vehicular access road off the R397 main road into Keenagh providing 10 number in-curtilage car parking spaces.

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