New houses for Ballyconnell
Rugby club seek to upgrade facilities
Cavan County Council is considering an application for planning permission to build a number of houses in a Ballyconnell estate.
Bero Construction (ROI) Ltd has applied to resume and complete a number of new builds. The first is at the rear of an existing housing development at Daisyhill Manor, Mullaghduff, Ballyconnell.
The new phase of the development comprises of four three-bedroom semi-detached dwellings and one four-bedroom detached two-storey house. The application also covers connection to the existing services and site development works.
The second application by the same company is to resume and complete site works to a previously approved development also at Daisyhill Manor. This is for an existing partly completed service road and services and outline permission for eight houses comprising of three dormer and five two-storey dwellings, connection to existing services and landscaping.
Irish Water has received a planning notification in respect of the developments. The application for the first was received on August 12 last, the second on August 19. A decision is due on the first application by October 6 and the second by October 13.
Cavan Rugby Club
County Cavan Rugby Football Club is seeking permission to upgrade facilities at the Cavan Town club.
It has applied for planning to construct an extension to the existing carpark, upgrade lighting and construct a playground area. Permission is also sought to form two playing fields with walking tracks and erect associated floodlighting for the fields at Swellan Lower & Upper, Cavan. All ancillary works are covered in the application.
The local authority received the application on August 12 and expect to reach a decision by October 6.
A Lough Gowna national school is hoping to improve the facilities available to students with a new playing surface.
St Patrick's NS Board of Management is proposing to construct an all-weather, all-purpose playing surface together with perimeter fencing, erect lighting poles with lighting and all ancillary works. The development address is at Scrabby, Loch Gowna, Co Cavan.
The plans for the project were compiled by Cunningham Design & Planning, Longford. Cavan County Council's planning office received the application on August 13 last with a decision due to be made by October 7.