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Plans for three storey extension to Fairways Hotel and 48 new homes on site

The owners of the Fairways Hotel are seeking permission to build 48 new homes on the Dublin Road site, as well as construct a new three storey extension to the

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Plans for creche and bingo hall at Fairways Hotel site to be scrapped

Plans for a creche and bingo hall at the site of The Fairways Hotel on the Dublin Road have been scrapped, Talk of the Town can reveal. Work on the

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Work progressing well on new Fairways retail complex

Work is progressing well at the new Fairways retail complex on the Dublin Road. Construction work began at the site in December when part of the old portion of the

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Dundalk company received in excess of €7 million last year for housing asylum seekers

Dundalk-based East Coast Catering received in excess of €7 million from the Government last year to operate direct provision centres accommodating asylum seekers. Figures from the Department of Justice show

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Construction work begins on The Fairways Hotel

Construction work got underway yesterday morning on The Fairways Hotel. The Dublin Road premises has been lying idle since being closed in January 2015. Now almost two years on it appears

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Clearance auction to be held at The Fairways Hotel this Saturday

A clearance auction will take place this Saturday of items from The Fairways Hotel. The Dublin Road premises has been closed since January 2015 before being acquired by local company

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Planning application submitted in relation to Fairways Hotel

It has been more than a year since local company East Coast Catering Ireland purchased The Fairways Hotel but still the hotel premises lies idle. Hopes of something being done

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Plans to revamp Fairways Hotel and build supermarket on site could still happen

Plans to develop a supermarket, retail units, bingo hall and creche at the site of the Fairways Hotel could still happen after its new owners had planning permission for the

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Plans to revamp Fairways Hotel hit by planning rejection

Plans to do up The Fairways Hotel have suffered a blow after its new owners were refused planning permission for a temporary construction access road to the site off the

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New Fairways owners seeking permission for construction access road

While speculation continues to mount as to what lies ahead for the Fairways Hotel, it appears its new owners plan to spend money on it anyway. East Coast Catering Ireland,

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Just 36 asylum seekers living in Louth at end of 2014

Co Louth had one of the lowest rate of asylum seekers living here last year, according to figures compiled by RTÉ. The national broadcaster has revealed that there were just

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Fairways Hotel sale completed for €2.5 million

The Fairways Hotel has been sold for €2.5 million. Talk of the Town revealed last month that a deal for the Dublin Road hotel had now gone through. Now it

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Reports suggest deal has been struck for sale of The Fairways Hotel

It appears a deal has been struck for the Fairways Hotel. The Dublin Road premises closed its doors at the start of the year on the instructions of its receivers

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Fairways Hotel complex up for sale for €1.5m

The Fairways Hotel has been put up for sale with an asking price of €1.5m. The Dublin Road premises, which was forced to close by receivers at the turn of

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Just over half of people who sit the driving test in Dundalk pass

Just over half of people who take their driving test in Dundalk pass the test. That’s according to new figures compiled by The Irish Times, which show that the local