Re: Re: Developments in Cork
Some news in the Irish Examiner today re new developments in the Cork area. May be of interest to some readers here. Does anyone know if the 6 storey motor tax office building next to County Hall was part of the original redevelopment plans?
Green light for 204-house development
By Sean O’Riordan
PLANNING permission was granted yesterday by Cork County Council for a 204-house development in Crosshaven, while an application was received for an equally large development in Castlemartyr.
O’Flynn Construction was given the green light for the mixed development at Knocknagore, Crosshaven. The company intends to construct 56 three-bed terraced homes, 59 two-bed terraced homes, 62 four-bed detached houses and 26 four-bed terraced homes.
Limerick-based Chieftain Construction has lodged an application for 200 houses, a cr