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A spokesperson for The Crumbled Building Committee in Mitchelstown has described recent engagement with Cork County Council as “positive”, and that a recent meeting with an engineer for the council had desirable outcomes, including the enhancement of the previously...
The housing development at Pound Lane, Kilworth, is anticipated to begin in March 2022, after the project was stalled owing to the increased price of materials and associated costs of building works. The project is now estimated to cost...
There is no date of resolution in place at the site of the derelict building, which collapsed at 49 Upper Cork Street in Mitchelstown in early July. The footpath and zebra crossing at the site have been closed off to pedestrians since the...
518 approved applicants have indicated Fermoy as their area of preference when applying for Social Housing Support, according to figures shared at this week’s Northern Committee meeting. A motion put forward by Glanworth councillor, Frank O’Flynn requested an up to...
Concern has been raised at the safety of a derelict building at the site of 49 Upper Cork Street in Mitchelstown. The site, which has been abandoned for a number of years, with doors and windows boarded up, has a metal...
With social housing in high demand, local councillors have queried whether their recommendations are taken on board by council officials regarding housing allocations. The topic was raised by local councillor James Tobin, who acknowledged that while he, as a councillor,...
A Strategic Housing Development for 374 units in the Fermoy area is undergoing pre-application consultations with An Bord Pleanala. The development of 224 houses and 150 apartments is sought, along with a crèche facility and all associated site works for the Coolcarron...
The development of 11 units at Uplands in Fermoy remains on hold as subject to Habitats Directive, the council heard at this week's Northern Committee Meeting. A motion put forward by local councillor Noel McCarthy, sought an update regarding the...

Tesco set sights on Fermoy

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The Avondhu has been informed this week that the old mart site in Fermoy has been purchased by Tesco along with a portion of the car park there. Following rumours that Fermoy might see the long awaited arrival of the retailer to the town, local councillor Noel McCarthy confirmed to The Avondhu that the site has been purchased by the company. Last week, workers were spotted on site, further fuelling speculation on developments there. The company, when asked to comment, informed The Avondhu that it has 'an ongoing property roadmap which...
Ballyhooly Homes Ltd has submitted a planning application to Cork County Council for the construction of 39 dwelling houses and one residential serviced site in the village. The development proposed for Lios Ard, Ballyhooly South is to be carried out in two...
The grant of planning permission for an iconic tower at the Port of Cork site in the heart of Cork city has been hailed as a clear statement of intent and ambition by Cork Chamber. The scheme is set to...
The mortgage payment break already in place for local authority home loan borrowers will be extended for those continuing to face difficulties due to the Covid-19 emergency, Fine Gael Senator Tim Lombard has said. Senator Lombard said: “Local authority...
Fundraising efforts are under way for the €1.8 million restoration of St Patrick's Church in Fermoy. The church, which is in the Cloyne diocese, was built in the 1820s and is now a heritage landmark in the town. It requires significant refurbishment...
DASCL Property Ltd has applied to Cork County Council for planning permission to construct a nine-unit apartment block on Church Place, Oliver Plunkett Hill, Fermoy. The development is to take place on the site of what once was The Twilight...

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