CARLOW County Council received nine planning applications between 9-15 April.
Bagenalstown: Patrick Foley wishes to erect a single-storey extension to an existing dwelling at Aghabeg, Corries, Bagenalstown.
Carlow: JA Boland wishes to construct a proposed erection of an extension to the existing workshop area and car showrooms premises at Pollerton Little, Carlow.
JC Brenco Ltd wish to extend duration of planning permission for the construction of a residential development, which was previously granted permission at Pollerton Little (Castle Oaks), Dublin Road, Carlow. The development consists of a revised site layout and the construction of 106 residential units consisting of 13 four-bed detached houses, 16 four-bed semi-detached houses, 74 three-bed semi-detached houses, one terrace block comprising one 4-bed mid-terrace house and two three-bed end-terrace houses, together with all associated site works, including roads, parking, footpaths, landscaping and all services to facilitate the development.
Peppard Investments Ltd wishes to retain indefinitely the four self-contained apartments as set out, serviced and contained within the detached two-storey building at Assisi House, Chapelstown, Tullow Road, Carlow.
Clonmore: Michael Keogh and Katie Donohoe wish to construct a single-storey dwelling at Croneskagh Lower, Clonmore.
Myshall: Declan O’Brien wishes to construct a single-storey house and domestic garage at Lismaconly, Myshall.
Rathvilly: Thomas Doyle wishes to retain planning permission for an attic conversion and single-storey extensions at Bough, Rathvilly.
Russellstown: Andrew and Sophie Harte wish to demolish an existing dormer-style dwelling and construct a replacement single-storey dwelling and a new detached single-storey garage at Russellstown, Carlow.
Tullow: Tom Bolger wishes to retain planning permission for a dwelling house as constructed as follows: change of house type from story-and-a-half dwelling to a two-storey dwelling with attic for use as non-habitable amenity space at Ouragh, Tullow.