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Appeal: 379 homes approved in Ireland despite campaign


An inspector has backed a local council's decision to build 379 homes, a crèche and medical centre in County Meath, despite a number of submissions from concerned local residents opposing the development.

The site, set in 20 ha of land near the town of Trim in Eastern Ireland, is designated an ‘A2 zone’ – to be used for new residential development – in the council's local plan. Proposals to build housing on the site were originally approved by the local planning authority, subject to a number of conditions, in 2016. However, among a total of 30 submissions expressing .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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