AZRA Property Company Limited has put forward plans to deliver 716 new homes in Co Meath.
The applicants have applied for a ten-year contract to construct the €193 million development on the townlands of Castle Farm, Ruskin, and Clonee on a site of approximately 16.92HA.
Developers hope to build a mixture of apartments, duplexes, and terraced, semi-detached and detached houses of two storeys.
There will be 517 apartments in total –123 one-beds, 378 two-beds and 60 three-beds across eight blocks varying in height from four to seven storeys.
They will be divided into three sections – the largest being Blocks A1, A2, A3 and A4 with 10 one-bed apartments, 202 two-beds and 24 three-beds in four to six-storey apartments.
These are followed by Blocks B1 and B2 with 55 one-beds, 80 two-beds and 12 three-beds, and finally Block C1 and C2 with 36 one-beds, 78 two-beds and 20 three-beds and finally Blocks C1 and C2 with
Of the 155 houses, six are two-bedroom houses, 69 are three-beds, 74 are four-beds and four are five-beds.
The dwellings will be constructed on lands bordered by agriculturally zoned lands on the east and south, west of the Iarnrod Eireann rail line and north of other residential developments.
Developers have also proposed alterations to two roundabouts on the R147 Old Navan Road to accommodate the new dwellings.
Applicants Azra Property Company Limited submitted plans to Meath County Council on September 1.
The council are expected to reach a decision on the development by the end of this month, October 26.
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