Waterford council give green light for 27 new homes in Tramore
A development of 27 new homes in a county Waterford town held-up over a number of issues, including concerns about trees, has finally been given the go-ahead.
Waterford-based developer DFL Construction Ltd has been granted permission to build the new development at Crobally Upper on the Waterford Road in Tramore.
Waterford City and County Council had sent the plans back to DFL Construction outlining concerns over the layout of the site, the retention and positioning of mature trees on the site, and the effect on the bio-diversity on the site.
Late last month DFL responded to all the concerns the council had in regard the site, and now the local authority is happy their concerns have been addressed and have given the plans the go-ahead.
The development will see the construction of 10 two-storey, three-bedroom, terraced houses, four semi-detached two-storey, three-bedroom houses, eight two-bedroom two-storey terraced houses, and two three-storey terraced units comprising of a single bedroom unit, one two-bedroom duplex, and a single storey one-bedroom house.