Planning permission granted for the construction of seven houses in Bagenalstown

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Planning permission has been granted for the construction of seven houses in Bagenalstown at West House on the Royal Oak Road.

The applicants are Caroline Ryder and John Gavin. 

The houses will consist of six semi-detached units with four beds (130sqms each) and one semi-detached unit with four beds (157sqms).

The development includes all car parking, boundary treatments, hard and soft landscaping, drainage and underground services and associated site development works as required.

Carlow County Council were due to make a decision on the application by April 4 of last year, however they requested further information instead which was received just before Christmas. 

A decision was made in the last few days and the Council attached 31 conditions. 

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