Plans for four new houses on Jocelyn Street held up by planning appeal
Plans for four new houses on Jocelyn Street have been held up by a planning appeal.
Last month Kevin Cluskey was granted conditional planning permission by Louth County Council to change the use of the existing offices at 37 Jocelyn Street – a protected structure – to residential use consisting of four residential units.
Proposed works include alterations to window and door opes to the rear return ground floor, a new flat roof at a higher level to the single storey rear return, new rooflights to the rear pitch, alterations to the internal layouts, repair and upgrade works throughout and all associated site works to a two storey plus attic protected structure.
Now the decision of the council has been appealed to An Bord Pleanála by third party, Anne Wynne.
An Bord Pleanála are due to decide on the matter by December 31st.