Protect East Meath has just learned that Shannon Homes has withdrawn its planning application for 357 no. residential units (169 no. houses, 188 no. apartments), childcare facilities and associated site works at a site off the Colp Road and Mill Road. This was the second attempt by Shannon Homes following a refusal by An Bord […]
We’ve been receiving widespread support following our successful challenge to planning permission granted to Trailford Limited for 661 houses in Rathmullan. It’s clear from talking to locals that people are fed up with over development of Drogheda and East Meath in the wrong place without infrastructure and are alive to the mistakes that were made […]
The High Court today quashed planning permission granted to Trailford Limited for a 661 unit housing development at Rathmullan. The case taken by Highlands Residents Association and Protect East Meath challenged the decision on the basis that the land was not identified for residential development under the County Development Plan and that there were serious […]
An application to extend the duration of planning permission for a proposed development of 457 apartments and a bridge at the Marsh Road in Drogheda has been refused following a submission from Protect East Meath to Louth County Council pointing out that a decision of the European Court of Justice delivered in September had made […]
Following a submission from Protect East Meath, Irish Cement has withdrawn its planning application for a major development at its Platin facility. Protect East Meath pointed out that legal requirements for Meath County Council to publish the planning application online had not been complied with. It seems Irish Cement has agreed with Protect East Meath […]
Protect East Meath has filed an observation on Irish Cement’s plans for a major development at its Platin factory. Protect East Meath is concerned that no notices were placed in the East Meath area or in local newspapers and Meath County Council did not put the plans online despite being required to do so by […]
Protect East Meath has filed a comprehensive submission objecting to the proposal by Shannon Homes to develop 169 houses and 188 apartments off the Mill Road and Colpe Road. You can download from here or view below: The public submission period is closed with a decision due by 6 January 2021.
Shannon Homes has given notice that it will have another go at trying to obtain planning permission for a large housing development between the Colpe Road and the Mill Road. Permission for a similar development at the same location was refused in February by An Bord Pleanála on the basis of inadequate bird surveys relating […]
Just a quick reminder that submissions on the Boyne Greenway between Drogheda and Mornington close next Friday 11 September. Submissions must reach An Bord Pleanála by 5.30pm – there is no fee for making a submission. The plans can be viewed on the Meath Co Co website here.
An Bord Pleanála granted planning permission for a 167 unit residential development in Duleek. Permission was granted on 19 August. The online documents can be consulted here.