04/04/2011

New Homes Planned For Kilkenny

A plan for new two and three-storey detached and semi-detached housing units has been revealed for Co Kilkenny.

The plans have already been approved by Kilkenny County Council to the promoter, Michael Anglin and Brendan Sheridan, on March 30 for the construction of a housing development at Friary Walk, Clashacollare, Callan.

The development will comprise a range of 50 semi-detached housing units.

The approved plans also include proposed boundary treatments, landscaping and all associated site development works.

(BMcC/KMcA)

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