Building firm gets go-ahead for more than 900 houses in Co Meath

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
12th May, 2019

Construction firm Gem has been given planning permission to build 913 housing units in Co Meath. The development in Dunshaughlin will include 505 houses with between two and five-bedrooms, 186 duplexes and 222 apartments, along with a neighbourhood centre and childcare facilities, according to a filing with An Bord Pleanála.

In granting permission, the board attached a number of conditions, including the provision of charging points for electric cars, an agreement not to develop any fast food...

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