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Planning Application: 1951705
File Number: 19/51705  
Application Type: RETENTION PERMISSION   Planning Status: INCOMPLETED APPLICATION
Received Date: 06/11/2019   Decision Due Date:  
Validated Date:     Invalidated Date: 06/11/2019
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Applicant Details
Applicant Name:     FRAMES DIRECT LTD
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Proposed Development
Development Description: (1) 7 NO. EXISTING SHED STRUCTURES FOR MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS (2) EXISTING CONCRETED/HARD FILLED YARD AND EXISTING USE OF SAID LANDS INCLUDING EIGHT STORAGE CONTAINERS ANCILLARY TO THE MANUFACTURING PROCESS (3) TWO EXISTING PORTACABINS ON SITE (4) HARDCORE YARD AND USE OF YARD FOR CAR PARKING AND ASSOCIATED WORKS AND PERMISSION FOR TARMACING CAR PARK AND ASSOCIATED SITE WORKS INCLUDING LANDSCAPING
Development Address: STRABOE , BALLYMACARRY, BUNCRANA, CO DONEGAL
Architect Name:     Location Key: BALLYMACARRY
Electoral Division: Buncrana Rural   Electoral Area: --
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IPC License Required: No   Waste License Required: No
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Application Fee
Fees Due: 0.00   Fees Received:
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