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Planning Deadlines for objections and appeals extended to beyond 9th May

Due to Coronavirus travel restrictions . The government has made a new order extending the time deadlines for receipt of planning submissions. Where the final deadline to lodge an objection or appeal to a Planning authority or An Bord Pleanala falls between 29th March and 9th May inclusive , the deadline is
Planning Deadlines for objections and appeals extended to beyond 9th May
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Local Councillors Welcome new Mosque development in Lucan Co Dublin

Local Councillors Madeleine Johansson (people before profit) and Paul Gogarty (Independent) have welcomed a new Mosque development in the Balgaddy area of Lucan as a welcome addition to the area. The proposed development by South Dublin Maktab ltd (SD19A/0008) will consist of a three storey Islamic centre incorporating Mosque , 2 Classrooms
Local Councillors Welcome new Mosque development in Lucan Co Dublin
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Positive planning decision for Casement Park hoped for 'within months'

By John Harrington GAA Director General, Tom Ryan, hopes that a positive planning decision on the redevelopment of Casement Park in Belfast will be made within months.Progress on the proposed 34,000 capacity redevelopment has stalled over the past three years while the Northern Ireland Assembly was suspended.Ryan hopes that the
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Ulster GAA welcomes Casement Park planning update

Ulster GAA has welcomed correspondence received from the Department for Infrastructure DfI this week which says that in the absence of a Minister, the Department may make the final decision on the Casement Park planning application.Whilst welcoming this development, the GAA has expressed its frustration at the time it is
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Warrenstown Islamic Centre given green light

An Bord Pleanála has granted planning permission to the Shuhada foundation of Ireland for construction of a 4 Storey Islamic centre at Warrenstown House , Blanchardstown Road North Dublin 15 . The development was initially granted permission by Fingal County Council last october but this decision was appealed to
Warrenstown Islamic Centre given green light
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Site for Sale with Full Planning Permission

at Cruit Upper, Kincasslagh, Co Donegal. Within walking distance to the beach & Cruit Golf Course, 10 minutes from Donegal Airport.
Site for Sale with Full Planning Permission
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Liam Mellows busy planning for the future

By Cian O'Connell Green and white flags continue to dance in the wind all over Galway city.Liam Mellows are relevant again, a first county title since 1970 secured, they are preparing for an AIB All Ireland Club Semi-Final against a Cuala outfit flecked with talented hurlers on Saturday.Regardless of what
Liam Mellows busy planning for the future
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Dicksboro busy planning for the future

By Cian O'Connell Since winning their last Kilkenny SHC crown back in 1993, Dicksboro have worked diligently in the underage ranks.Dicksboro's list of honours in the always competitive Kilkenny environment is lengthy.Six County Under 14 Feile titles including All Ireland victories in 2009 and 2017. Kilkenny Intermediate Championships in 2005
Dicksboro busy planning for the future
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Planning Appeal Lodged against Warrenstown House Development

An Appeal has been lodged with An Bord Pleanála against Fingal County Council's decision to grant Planning Permission to the Shuhada Foundation of Ireland for the demolition of Warrenstown House and construction of a 4 storey Islamic Centre comprising mosque with 95 foot minaret tower, cultural centre and primary school at
Planning Appeal Lodged against Warrenstown House Development
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Promising Naas busy planning for the future

By Cian O'Connell These are exciting and encouraging times for hurling in Naas. On Sunday they will contest Kildare Senior, Intermediate, and Minor deciders in Newbridge.A decade of graft will be reflected during a busy couple of hours which brings satisfaction for Tom Nevin, who is Chairman of the Adult
Promising Naas busy planning for the future
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Derry busy planning for a bright future

By Cian O'Connell Positive minor results don't arrive with any senior guarantees, but optimism exists in Derry again.Throughout the decades Derry teams have consistently competed at Post Primary, underage, and club level.So winning two and losing one of last three Ulster Minor Finals ensures there is a real drive and
Derry busy planning for a bright future
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Waterford busy planning for the future

By Cian O'Connell In Waterford's All Ireland SHC Quarter-Final win over Wexford at Pirc U Chaoimh last month 20 players were used by Derek McGrath.Ballygunner, Tourin, Passage, Clashmore/Kinsalebeg, Fourmilewater, De La Salle, Stradbally, Mount Sion, Lismore, Ballysaggart, Colligan, and Tallow were all represented.It is just the way the sport is
Waterford busy planning for the future
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Monaghan remain busy planning for the future

By Cian O'Connell Monaghan's population in the 2011 census was 60,483. Yet despite such shallow playing resources, they are swimming strongly in the deep end of inter-county football.Two provincial titles were secured in 2013 and 2015, but Monaghan are now real competitors in the underage ranks also.It is a remarkable
Monaghan remain busy planning for the future
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