Green light for €100m Athenry development

Oysterhomes, the property development company owned by construction multimillionaire Eamon Conneely, has received planning permission for a €100 million development in Athenry, Co Galway.

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Ian Kehoe

15th October, 2005

Oysterhomes, the property development company owned by construction multimillionaire Eamon Conneely, has received planning permission for a €100 million development in Athenry, Co Galway.

Conneely, the firm's chief executive, said planning permission had been obtained in the past two weeks and the company hoped to start construction work early next year.

The 350,000 square foot scheme contains houses, offices, commercial units, a hotel and a number of restaurants.

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