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A housing motion before the Tipperary County Council at this month’s meeting led to great debate in the chambers. A motion to approve €4.1 million to refurbish 114 houses within the council stock was sanctioned, but not until a further motion...
Last week An Taisce announced that it had added the old butter mill building in Ballyrafter, on the outskirts of Lismore, to its list of ‘Top 10 Most at Risk Buildings’. The list includes buildings which An...
A flurry of activity in recent weeks has seen the installation of a 2-storey steel frame on the site of the former EMO O’Regan Filling Station in Rathcormac.  The imposing steel skeleton rises well above the hoarding which...
A new development of seven new houses in Kilworth is set to go ahead as Cork County Council recruit a construction firm to carry out the work.  The project at Pound Lane in the village has been in...
An Bord Pleanála has overruled a planning decision by Cork County Council whereby 19 houses in Rathcormac were not to be occupied until a range of conditions were met by housing developers, Abden.  The conditions originally set down...
Sinn Féin will use the first private members business slot of the new Dáil term to debate a motion on affordable housing and local TD Pat Buckley is calling on all TDs to stand up for workers and families in East Cork and...
The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) has announced ‘Tooting Meadow’ housing development in Drogheda, Co. Louth, designed by local practice McKevitt King Architects, as the winner of the Public Choice Award in the 2020 RIAI Irish Architecture Awards.
An Bord Pleanála has refused to green-light for construction of an 82 bed nursing home near Leamlara village, in East Cork. The proposed development was to be located at Glengarriff More, just 7 kilometres outside Watergrasshill, and little more...
Waterford City and County Council is beginning the process of clearing a backlog of some 191 planning applications which have accumulated during the last two months because of the temporary suspension of statutory planning timelines. The temporary suspending...
Cork and London based property development company BMOR, this week announced their intention to lodge plans for a mixed-use development, supporting the regeneration of Cork City’s most historic street. The proposed twenty-five million euro mixed-use...

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