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Former Dunnes Stores in Park Street up for sale or lease

The former Dunnes Stores premises in Park Street has been placed up for sale or to let. The 14,080sq ft store, which also has an entrance and parking via River

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New pre-school building given the go ahead in Blackrock

A new pre-school has been given the go ahead for Sandy Lane in Blackrock. Footprints have been granted conditional planning permission by Louth County Council to build a single storey

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Former Park Street casino to be sold at auction later this month

One of Dundalk’s most prominent buildings is set to be sold at auction later this month. The former Emerald Casino premises at 16 Park Street has been included in the

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Louth County Council’s Shop Front Improvement Grant Scheme extended

Louth County Council’s Shop Front Improvement Grant Scheme has been extended for 2017. The scheme was first implemented by the local authority last year as part of their suite of

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Local solicitor lodges appeal against plans for new language school at Jocelyn Place

An appeal has been lodged with An Bord Pleanála by a local solicitor against Louth County Council’s decision to grant conditional planning permission for a new language school at Jocelyn

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Property prices in Louth increasing by €10,000 every six months

The cost of purchasing a home in Co Louth is increasing by €10,000 every six months. That’s according to a new report from property website MyHome.ie, in association with Davy,

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Blackrock site offers potential for residential development

A 1.23 acre development site in Blackrock has recently gone on the market with an asking price of €150,000. The site at Bothar Maol is being advertised by local estate

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Four residential buildings in Louth issued with fire safety notices so far this year

Four residential buildings in Co Louth have been served with fire safety notices so far this year. The figures, revealed by RTÉ reporter Jackie Fox, show a 100% increase on the

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Plans for extension to Robin House given the go ahead

The Louth Meath Education and Training Board (LMETB) have been given the go ahead for an extension to be built at the former Keytronics building at Robin House on the

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New show homes open for viewing at Earlsfort this weekend

A new show home will be open at Earlsfort on the Seafield Road in Blackrock this Sunday from 3pm to 5pm. Joint selling agents Mallon Property and Sherry FitzGerald Carroll

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Property prices in Louth up 16.9% in the last year

Property prices in Louth have rise by 16.9% in the past year with the average asking price for a property now standing at €210,088. That’s according to the latest house

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Redevelopment of Market Square building gathers pace

The redevelopment of the former Wallace’s Seeds shop at the Market Square in Dundalk has gathered pace in recent weeks with the demolition of the building now complete. Talk of

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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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18th century country house at Ballymascanlon sells for seven figure sum at auction

An 18th century country house on the outskirts of Dundalk sold at auction for a seven figure sum this week. “The Cottage” at Ballymascanlan went under the hammer with local estate

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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