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Just a few updates!

The Limerick Gaelic Grounds Development Committee have re-applied to install floodlighting at the Ennis Road stadium. Earlier this year the City Council shot down the original application over local residents fears of light spillage and the high level of illumination required, especially for hurling!


Permission to erect 4 no. floodlighting masts, lighting to the external concourse area and carry out all associated site works.

Limerick Gaelic Grounds
Ennis Road

Plans have also been lodged for a mixed use development on the site of the former Brannigans pub.


Demolition of the following structures: an existing dwelling house at no.5 Fairview Avenue, an existing workshop at Fairview Avenue, an existing retail unit at no. 7A Greenhill Road known as Pakies, an existing public house at Blackboy Road known as Brannigans and an existing take away restaurant at Blackboy Road known as Stuffins. Permission to construct the following: two retail units, a replacement public house and a replacement take away restaurant all to Blackboy Road. Basement parking with vehicular access to link road between Greenhill Road and Blackboy Road, and 53 apartments addressing Fairview Avenue, Blackboy and Greenhill roads comprising of 11 no. one bedroom apartments, 3 no. three bed apartments and 39 no. two bed apartments and the carrying out of all associated site works.

Fairview Avenue, Blackboy Road,
Greenhill Road

McInerney homes have further plans for their existing residential development off the South Circular Road.


Permission to construct a 5 storey mixed development consisting of creche, office accommodations, 25 no. student apartments together with car parking, landscaping and associated site works.

Ashbourne Avenue

The Hurlers Co-ownership have submitted revised plans for the old Esso station on the Dublin Road, an application for a larger development was turned down earlier in the year.


Demolition of existing filling station/retail unit on the site and the construction of new building accommodating 1830sq. m. gross floor area and comprising 8 no. retail/commercial units (class 1 and class 2 use categories) at ground floor level, one floor of offices over, 53 no. surface parking spaces. The proposed development involves the carrying out of works adjoining the Hurlers public house(this is a protected structure) but no works to the structure itself. Permission is also sought for hard and soft landscaping, boundary treatment, signage and all associated site and development works.

The former Esso Garage & part of site adjoining Hurlers public house, Kilmurry, Castletroy

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