30 Sept 2022

Tipperary planning: decision due on Arrabawn plan for Nenagh junction

Tipperary planning: decision due on Arrabawn plan for Nenagh junction

Arrabawn Co-op in Nenagh

A decision on plans for a new junction at Stafford Street / Kenyon Street to provide a new entrance to Arrabawn Co-op is due in November, Nenagh councillors have been told.

Meanwhile, councillors were told that there were 57 complaints in the Nenagh MMDC area under planning enforcement procedures between January and September 2018.

This accounts for one third of all complaints made to Tipperary County Council in the same period. The council received a total of 164 complaints.

Around 20 per cent of all planning applications in the county were made in the Nenagh MDC area.

A total of 255 valid applications were made, with 231 granted and eight refused.

There were 919 applications countywide, with 818 granted and 23 refusals, councillors were told.

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