5 July 2024

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Plans to demolish derelict homes in Ahascragh and replace with housing estate

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Plans to demolish derelict homes in Ahascragh and replace with housing estate

Plans have been lodged to knock two derelict homes in Ahascragh and replace them with a small housing estate.

The existing sub-standard homes are located along Main Street.

Under the plans led by C&N Higgins Development, they’d be replaced with 11 new homes, mostly two and three bed units.

County planners will make a decision in August.

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