Castlethorn seeks permission for 23-acre Meath development

Building firm Castlethorn Construction has sought planning permission for almost 350 homes on a 23-acre site at Dunshaughlin in Co Meath.

27th December, 2008

Building firm Castlethorn Construction has sought planning permission for almost 350 homes on a 23-acre site at Dunshaughlin in Co Meath.

If approved by Meath County Council, the scheme on Drumree Road will be made up of 41 four-bedroom terraced houses,102 three-bed terraced houses, 48 three-bed duplexes, 48 two-bed duplexes and 103 one and two-bed apartments.

The proposed plan includes 567 parking spaces and open spaces. Castlethorn, headed by Joe O’Reilly, already owns Killeen Castle, a €200 million luxury development...

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