26 Sept 2022

Plans underway for glamping site in north Louth

Planning sought from Louth County Council

Plans underway for glamping site in north Louth

File photo (Source: Glamping Pods of America)

Plans are underway for a new glamping site in Omeath in north Louth, with a planning application submitted with Louth County Council.

John and Marion King have applied to the local authority for planning permission for a glamping site consisting of 14 separate self contained glamping pods at Cornamucklagh, Omeath, Co Louth. The planning application also provides for associated siteworks, including alterations to existing car parks, and drainage to replacement treatment tank.

It also seeks permission for alterations to the junction of the R173 and Ferryhill Road and the improvement of sight lines from the junction by the demolition of existing roadside walls forming part of the existing licenced premises known as Cornamucklagh House and their replacement with steel gates and fencing behind the proposed sight line.

A decision is due on the application by 14 November, with submissions due by 24 October.

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