Tag "Louth County Council"
Leinster and Ireland rugby star Rob Kearney’s hopes of building a new home in Carlingford have been held up by an appeal to An Bord Pleanála. The 31-year-old, who hails
Louth County Council has encouraged members of the public to report vacant housing units around the county to them. A new register was recently launched at www.vacanthomes.ie encourages people to
Plans a new mixed use development on Dublin Street that would have included 39 new residential units have been scrapped, Talk of the Town can exclusively reveal. In June Flood
The owner of a local premises that suffered extensive fire damage in March has been given the go ahead to rebuild the building. The GT Recovery compound on the Marlbog
An appeal has been lodged against Louth County Council’s decision to grant planning permission for a major refurbishment of Jordan’s Bar and Restaurant in Carlingford. Last month Bouleo Ventures Limited
Locals have hit out at the “needless” vandalism of life-saving equipment at a local beach at the weekend. Life buoys at Templetown beach in north Louth was burned to a
Recruitment is now underway for those interested in joining the Army Reserves in Dundalk. The Reserve Defence Forces is now accepting applications for the Army Reserve and would welcome applicants
The developers of the new SuperValu at the Fairways Hotel are seeking to build a canopy over the loading bay of the supermarket. Wonderglade Unlimited Company have applied to Louth
Louth County Council is proposing to close the M1 motorway from Junction 13 Dunleer to Junction 16 Dundalk South on various dates during September and October in order for pavement
Domino’s Pizza are looking to extend the opening hours of its Dundalk store. Operators Pepperoni Industries Ltd have applied to Louth County Council for planning permission to extend the permitted
Louth County Council removed or destroyed a total of 163 cars that were abandoned throughout the county over the course of the last three years. Figures published today in The
A new two mile walk/run/jog in memory of well known local athlete Andy Califf will take place later this month. Details of the ‘Tick Tock 2’ was announced last night.
A local couple had a lucky escape on Friday evening when they were attacked by a swarm of bees as they walked along the Inner Relief Road. Pat Kerley and
Greenore Port have been given the go ahead to drastically improve one of the berths at the port. The port operators have been granted conditional planning permission by Louth County