Another extension of planning permission sought for Athenry development

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The developers of a planned housing development in Athenry, which is due to run out of planning permission soon, have applied to the county council for more time to complete the buildings.
Agents – David Keaney and James Dolan of Carrig Veagh Developments Limited are seeking an extension of planning permission on the development at Ballydavid South.

It comprises the demolition of a house and the construction of apartments and 64 houses – some of which are complete or substantially complete.
Bellville Building and Construction Limited originally got planning permission for the development in 2007 and Peter Gilhooley secured an extension in 2013.
A decision on this latest application for more time for the development at Tuam Road Athenry, is expected from the county council next month. (3/10)
Meanwhile, in a separate application, Peter Gilhooley and Lester McNamara have also applied for more time to complete a residential development at Raheen. (17/1200)
The estate comprises 128 houses and apartments, many of which are complete and also a creche.
However the developers also want more time to finish off roads and services.
A decision on the Raheen development is due early in October.