Permission for affordable housing scheme granted for County Limerick village

PLANNING permission has been granted for an affordable housing development in the north east of the county.

Cappamore is the latest village in the county to be granted planning for a housing development consisting of 17 properties.

The plans were submitted by Clúid Housing Association for the construction of two four-bedroom single-storey detached houses, two three-bedroom single-storey detached houses, along with six three-bed two-storey semi-detached homes, four two-bed semis, and one two-story terrace with two three-bedroomed houses and one two-bedroomed house.

The development was granted permission by Limerick City and County Council subject to 17 conditions.

Clúid are the largest approved housing body in Ireland, providing over 10,000 affordable homes nationwide.

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The development will also have a new entranceway for vehicles, internal access roadways, car parking, landscaping, and all associated site works.