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27/07/2021

Company applies for 'extension of duration' for completion of 2006 housing project

The planning permission was first granted 13 years ago

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Milltown New Homes Ltd. has applied to extend planning permission for the completion of a 2006 housing development at the Royal Oak, Bagenalstown.

The company have applied for an "extension of duration" for the completion of six detached two-storey dwelling homes, numbered 1 to 6 on a previous planning application from 2006 together with all associated site and landscaping works.

The successful planning application in 2006 was for the construction of ten detached two-storey dwelling houses together with all associated site and landscaping works at the Royal Oak, Bagenalstown.

The applicant was M.M.F. Partnership.

A decision is due by the local authority on June 24. 

Planning permission normally lasts for five years. 

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