Permission granted for 226 homes at former Cork hospital
Project is the first by the Land Development Agency in Cork to be granted planning permission
The Land Development Agency (LDA) has been granted planning permission to build 266 homes, creche facilities and an enterprise centre at the former St Kevin’s Hospital site in Cork.
The development, located west of Cork city, will consist of a mix of one to four-bedroom houses, town houses and apartments. It is the first project by the LDA to be granted planning permission in Cork and the second overall project of the Agency to...
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