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Tesco’s temporary Dundalk store is complete

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZMw8V2drKw&feature=youtu.be&a] Tesco’s temporary store in Dundalk is now complete. Accio Group UK, the team who were charged with constructing to the store on the Avenue Road, completed the 1,800sqm unit

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New filling station planned for Seatown Place in Dundalk

A new filling station has been earmarked for the former Rice’s Builders Merchants Yard at Seatown Place. Coilin McManus has applied to Dundalk Town Council for planning permission to partially

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Plans for multi-storey office development in Dundalk on track

Plans for a major new multi-storey office and apartment block running between Francis Street and Crowe Street remain on track. Peaken Development Ltd, the company behind the ambitious plans, have

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Ski slope may still go ahead, insists Curran

The much-debated ski slope facility, which had been earmarked for the Racecourse Road area of the town, may not be dead in the water. That’s according to the businessman behind

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Three Dundalk sites close to being sold, including the land once earmarked for the ski slope facility

Three development sites for sale on the outskirts of Dundalk have gone sale agreed in the last few weeks, leading to speculation that deals for the land will be completed

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Louth has second lowest rate of compliance for property tax

New figures from the Revenue Commissioners have revealed that County Louth has the second lost compliance rate when it comes to paying the new property tax. The tax, which had

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Two major Dundalk properties on the market for just over €1m

Two prime pieces of Dundalk real estate have gone on the market for a combined price of just over €1 million. Williamson’s Mall, which sits on a 1.63 acre site

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Knockabbey Castle on the market for €1.95m

The stunning Knockabbey Castle in Louth Village has gone on the market for €1.95 million. The castle, which is famous for its stunning gardens, is on the market with Dublin-based

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49 for sale or to let signs in town centre

A reader of Talk of the Town, who has asked not to be named, went on a walk through Dundalk town centre today. Out of interest, she decided to count

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Local school hopes to move into Keytronics building on the Ramparts

The local Grace Christian School are hoping to move into the former Keytronics building on the Ramparts. Robin House, as the building is known, has been used in recent years

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New housing development planned for Newry Road in Dundalk

A new housing development is being planned for the Maxwell Terrace area of the Newry Road. Chevron (Ireland) Atlantic Limited have applied to Dundalk Town Council for planning permission to

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Major accident avoided at Dundalk Shopping Centre after roof caves in

A major accident was narrowly avoided at Dundalk Shopping Centre yesterday after a roof caved in. The incident happened at the entrance to the Tesco foodstore, with large parts of

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New development planned for Market Square?

Maybe we’re reading too much into it at Talk of the Town but could a new development be in the pipeline for the Market Square. Two premises on the Square,

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Dundalk farm on the market for €1.1m

A 278.2 acre farm on the outskirts of Dundalk, which plays a pivotal role as a flood plain for the town, has gone on the market for €1.1 million. Rockview

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Former National Irish Bank in Dundalk is sold

The former National Irish Bank branch in Earl Street has sold for a six figure sum, estate agents Savills have revealed. In an update on the sale of the bank’s