Plans for a €66 million Large Scale Development in Kerry have been put forward.
Applicants Ned O’Shea & Sons Construction Ltd have sought permission to construct a 235-unit housing development at Lisloose, just under 2km from Tralee’s town centre.
Plans seek to demolish disused agricultural outhouses and sheds on the lands and construct a range of both houses and apartments in its place.
A total number of 129 houses are hoped to be built, with a breakdown of eight four-bed two-storeys, 83 three-bed two-storeys, 34 two-bed two-storeys and four two-bed dwellings with just one storey.
These houses would be built in a mixture of semi-detached and terraced styles.
Of the 106 apartments, 48 will be one-beds built across 12 two-storey blocks of four apartments each.
A further 20 one-bed and 22 two-bed apartments will be constructed for two four-storey apartment blocks (Blocks J1 and J2).
Each block will provide 10 one-beds and 11 two-beds respectively.
A further eight one-beds and eight two-beds are also planned to be built.
On top of residential dwellings, the applicants aspire to build a retail unit and a creche in one of the apartment blocks.
The plans have parking spaces for 372 cars and 349 bicycles.
Shared open spaces for residents are included in plans, as well as landscaping and all other associated and ancillary site works.
Ned O’Shea & Sons Construction Ltd put forward their plans to Kerry County Council in October of this year.
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