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Mount Avenue residents express concern over the deteriorating state of the road

Local resident groups in the vicinity of Mount Avenue have expressed their concern over the deteriorating state of the road. In a statement to Talk of the Town, the Mount

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Just 2% of properties in Louth built since 2009 have an A energy rating

Just 2% of properties built in Louth in the last eight years had an A energy rating. New figures from the Central Statistics Office on domestic Building Energy Ratings shows

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Slight fall in Dundalk house prices in August

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

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Louth County Council acquire four more houses under Compulsory Purchase Order

Louth County Council have recently been given the go ahead to acquire four properties under Compulsory Purchase Order. Amongst the properties they have been given the go ahead to take

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The Bartender to be sold at auction next month

Local pub The Bartender is set to be auctioned off next month. The Park Street pub will go under the hammer at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Wednesday November 15th

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Office space on Church Street to be converted into apartments

The go ahead has been given to convert office accommodation in Church Street into apartments. Liza Halpin applied to Louth County Council last December for planning permission to change the

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Development land earmarked for business park up for sale on outskirts of Dundalk

A 33.33 acre site on the outskirts of Dundalk has gone on the market with a €395,000 asking price. The development land is located at Stranacarry in Kilcurry. Whilst currently

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Rathbrist House sold for €1.14 million

The stunning Rathbrist House in Tallanstown has sold for €1.14 million. The property, which went on the market in July for €1.3 million through Dublin estate agents Savills, was sold

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Dundalk Student Village is sold

A deal for the sale of the Dundalk Student Village at Dundalk IT has been concluded in recent days. The development of 40 purpose built student apartments went on sale

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1.7 acre development site in Dundalk placed up for sale

A 1.7 acre piece of development land has gone on the market in Dundalk. The site is situated off Seatown Place close to its junction with the Castle Road and

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Four new homes planned for Commons Grove in Dromiskin

Plans have been drawn up for four new homes in Dromiskin. Leo Quinn has submitted an application to Louth County Council seeking outline permission for a development consisting of four

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Planning application lodged for whiskey warehouse facility in Kilcurry

As revealed by Talk of the Town last week, The Great Northern Distillery have submitted their planning application for a new whiskey storage warehouse facility in Kilcurry. The Carrick Road

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130 new houses given the go ahead on site where Irene White was murdered

Plans for a new housing development, part of which would be located on the site of the now demolished Ice House where Dundalk woman Irene White was murdered in April

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Nine new homes given the go ahead in Carlinn Hall

The developers of Carlinn Hall on the Mullaharlin Road have been given the go ahead for nine additional homes in the estate. Wonderglade have been granted conditional planning permission for

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House prices in Louth fall for the first time this year

House prices in Louth fell back slightly in the last three months. That’s according to the latest Property Report for Q3 2017, released today by Daft.ie. The report shows that