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New filling station planned for Dundalk Retail Park

Plans have been drawn up for a new filling station at Dundalk Retail Park. Petrogas Group Ltd, who operate the Applegreen chain of stations, have submitted a planning application to

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Conference room facility planned as part of Dundalk Stadium upgrade

An expansion is being planned to Dundalk Stadium. The racecourse operators Dundalk Racing (1999) Ltd have applied to Louth County Council for planning permission for an enclosed conference room facility.

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Planning applications granted in Louth increases by almost two-thirds in first quarter of the year

There were 152 applications for planning permission granted by Louth County Council in the first three months of 2017. This represents a 61.7% increase on the 94 applications given the

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Temporary landfill in Kilsaran given the go ahead

Plans for a temporary landfill at Bolies in Kilsaran in Castlebellingham have been granted conditional planning permission. Barry Connolly applied to Louth County Council last August for planning permission for

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39 new residential units planned for Dublin Street in Dundalk

Plans have been drawn up for a new mixed use development on Dublin Street that would include 39 new residential units. Flood Francis Developments Ltd have applied to Louth County

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Public toilets in Gyles Quay to be refurbished in the next few weeks

Local councillor John McGahon has welcomed the news that the public toilets in Gyles Quay are set to be refurbished. The Dundalk Municipal District committee chairman received confirmation yesterday from

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Colm Markey elected new chairman of Louth County Council

Colm Markey has been elected the new chairman of Louth County Council at its monthly meeting this morning. The Fine Gael councillor takes over from Labour’s Paul Bell after defeating

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Plans for massive revamp of Point Road shop

Plans have been drawn up for a massive revamp of the XL shop on the Point Road in Dundalk. Michael and Martina Dillon have applied to Louth County Council for

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New Carlingford Lough Cross Border Greenway will be completed by December 2019

The new Carlingford Lough Cross Border Greenway was officially announced this morning with plans for the project to be completed by December 2019. The new project will see the existing

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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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New cross border greenway project will link Carlingford to Newry

A new cross border greenway project will be announced tomorrow morning. The new 10.1km stretch of greenway will help link Carlingford to Newry. Full details of the €3.46 million project,

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EU funding announced to improve water quality in Carlingford Lough

Funding of €3.28 million has been announced by the Special EU Programmes Body to help improve the water quality of Carlingford Lough. The cross-border funding has been put forward by

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Improvement works planned to berth at Greenore Port

Greenore Port have drawn up plans to drastically improve one of the berths at the port. The port operators have applied for planning permission to carry out a series of

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New convenience store given the go ahead in Jenkinstown

A new convenience store has been given the go ahead in Jenkinstown. Fergal Finegan applied to Louth County Council for permission and outline permission for the store at Rampark, not

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Louth County Council allocated €23,000 to tackle litter and graffiti

Louth County Council has been allocated €23,000 to combat the litter and graffiti in the county. The funding was announced yesterday by Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Denis