Louth County Council gives green light to new builder’s merchants in Drogheda

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Andante Investments Limited has received permission for a builder's merchants on the Donor Road. Photo: Gray Design Ltd

Drogheda Independent

The green light has been given for a new builders’ providers in Donore Road Industrial Estate, Drogheda.

Andante Investments Limited has received permission from Louth County Council for the development on lands to the immediate south of Lidl and to the immediate west of John McCabe Nissan.

It will consist of construction of a single storey builders’ merchants building with ancillary staff facilities at mezzanine level (556.5sqm), a single storey warehouse building (995sqm) and a security hut (11sqm); provision of 2 parking bays comprising a total of 17 car parking spaces and 5 bicycle parking spaces; creation of new vehicular entrance along northern site boundary off existing access road off Mathews Lane South; and all associated site development works including landscaping boundary treatments and SuDS drainage works necessary to facilitate the development.

Andante Investments Limited has received permission for a builder's merchants on the Donor Road. Photo: Gray Design Ltd

Paul Mooney has received permission for a replacement dwelling consisting of the demolition of a significant portion of the existing house and alterations, additions, conversions and improvements within or bounding the curtilage of the existing house, including removal of front porch, upgraded and revised windows, external insulation and timber clad and/or rendered facades, roof glazing, entrance porch to north façade, rear extension, conversion of existing garage to include pitched roof, new garden patio fireplace and all associated works, at Drogheda Road, Termonfeckin.

Rentention permission has been granted to John Kelly for construction of a single storey extension incorporating garage and kitchen to the side of existing dwelling house, and alterations to front boundary wall, at 46 Cherrybrook Drive, Drogheda.


County Louth Golf Club has plans to extend its premises in Baltray.

An application has been made to Louth County Council for permission for removal of the existing glazed enclosure to the ground floor loggia on the south side of the existing building and the provision of a new glazed conservatory extension with retractable roof including all associated siteworks.

Meanwhile, Ciara and Neil Dunne are seeking retention permission for a pergola erected to the rear garden of existing dwelling, at 173 Rathmullan Park, Drogheda.

Michelle McGinn has applied for retention permission of a single storey sunroom extension to side of existing dwelling, canopy roof over door entrance, and revised site boundaries from those granted under Planning Ref:95447, at Brownstown, Monasterboice.

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