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Respond! given go ahead to convert Toberona shop into five bed house for social housing needs

The Respond! Housing Association have been given the go ahead to convert a local shop unit into a five bed house for social housing needs. The Dublin-headquartered association, who were

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First steps taken towards 142 new houses on Mount Avenue

The first steps toward the construction of a new housing development at Mount Avenue have been taken. Local developers Urban Life have submitted a pre-application request to Louth County Council

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Cargotec given the go ahead for new building

Cargotec Ireland’s plans for a new industrial warehouse building to link to their existing building at Brook Street on the Ardee Road in Dundalk have been given the go ahead

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Just over 1% of social houses required in Louth have been built since start of 2016

Just over 1% of the number of social houses required in Co Louth have been built since the start of 2016. That’s according to new figures published in The Irish

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The Northend Bar placed up for sale

The Northend Bar on Bridge Street has gone on the market for an undisclosed sum. The latest local public house to go up for sale, The Northend is being advertised

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Average rent in Louth now €100 dearer than at the height of the boom

The cost of renting a property in Louth has risen by a massive 16.7% in the last year to an average of €1,066 – putting them at more than €100

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Louth County Council acquire four further houses under Compulsory Purchase Order Scheme

Louth County Council has acquired a further four houses under the Compulsory Purchase Order Scheme. Amongst the four properties signed off on last week include two in Dundalk. These are

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Dundalk houses rebound following fall in August

The average price of a house in Dundalk grew by 0.8% in September. The latest Residential Property Price Index from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) shows that the average house

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Naomh Moninne secure planning permission for new pitches at Toberona

Naomh Moninne Hurling Club’s hopes of establishing their own ground has taken a huge step forward after a planning permission was granted for new playing pitches and a clubhouse at

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Plans for 29 new homes in Dromiskin remain a possibility

Plans for a new housing development on the Commons Road in Dromiskin remain a possibility. In 2007 planning permission was granted for 29 new homes at Rath na Gloine with

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Plans for new nursing home in Greenore overturned on appeal to An Bord Pleanála

Plans for a new 98 bed nursing home in Millgrange in Greenore have been rejected by An Bord Pleanála following an appeal. Eamonn and Hugh Crilly submitted a planning application

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Plans for 130 new homes on site where Irene White was murdered held up by two planning appeals

Two appeals have been lodged with An Bord Pleanála against plans for a new housing development, part of which would be located on the site of the now demolished Ice

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All rental properties in Louth which were inspected failed last year

Every single property inspected in Co Louth last year were not compliant with regulations, an investigation by RTÉ has found. Last night the State broadcaster aired a special Prime Time

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Planning granted for new house in Seatown

Planning permission has been granted for a new house in Seatown. Valentine Mongey has been granted conditional planning permission to build the new property at 38 Seatown. The planning permission