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Billion euro Longford holiday village plans are submitted

A public consultation will now begin with locals in Longford over the massive plan

30th October, 2015
Artist's impression of the Subtropical Swimming Paradise

Locals in Longford can now have their say on a nearly 400-acre, €230 million development by British holiday company Center Parcs.

The company today submitted a formal planning application to Longford County Council to build a 395-acre holiday complex at Newcastle Wood, just outside Ballymahon, which they say could create a thousand permanent jobs, boost the local economy by millions every year, and add a billion euro to Ireland’s GDP over a twenty year period....

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