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11 Aug 2022

Planning permission sought for 36 new homes in Carrick-on-Suir

Planning permission sought for 36 new homes in Carrick-on-Suir

A property development firm is seeking planning permission to build a housing estate of 36 new homes in Carrick-on-Suir. 

Tipperary County Council received a planning application from Bellerin 5 Limited on November 6 requesting approval to build a  mix of single and two-storey houses at Greenhill Village located off the Pill Road. 

According to the planning application, the housing estate will comprise 16 two-storey two-bedroom homes, 12 two-storey three-bedroom houses,  four single-storey one-bedroom houses, two single storey three-bedroom houses, one single storey two-bedroom house and  one two-storey four-bedroom house. 

 The application also proposes 65 car parking spaces and a public open space. 

The  council  is due to reach a decision on January 9  on whether to approve, refuse or seek further information on the project.

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