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200+ housing project granted

Wednesday, 7th February, 2018 5:26pm

The latest developments to be given the go ahead by the local authority include an estate with more than 200 houses in Ballincollig, a smaller housing project with 34 houses in Bandon as well as a solar farm just shy of 70 hectares in Ballyhea.

MOSH Group Limited has been granted planning permission for 210 residential units and a single storey crèche at Carriganarra, Carrigrohane in Ballincollig

The residential scheme consists of 210 two-storey dwellings, including 26 detached units, 158 semi-detached units and five townhouses.

Access to the proposed development will be through a new access road and junction from the Killumney Road.

In Curraclogh, Bandon, the Council also gave permission for JOD Developments to build 34 houses.

The development consists of six four-bedroom semi-detached houses; two three-bedroom semi-detached houses; 20 three-bedroom townhouses and; six two-bedroom townhouses.

Cork County Council also granted permission to IGP Solar 8 Limited for a 67.8 hectare Solar PV Farm in Fiddane, Ballyhea.

Meanwhile, under consideration with Cork County Council is a housing project in Watergrasshill.

Vincentia Investments Limited has lodged a planning application for the construction of 29 residential units in Bishop’s Island.

The proposed development consists two five-bedroom detached houses; seven four-bedroom detached dwellings; six four-bedroom semi-detached houses and 14 three-bedroom semi-detached dwellings.

The application also asks for permission to include landscaping boundary treatments, play areas, car parking, a pumping station and a pedestrian crossing on the R639.

Cork County Council also refused planning permission for housing development in Belgooly. This was against Diamond Rock Developments Limited who had asked to build 15 houses at Lybe in Belgooly.

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