Looming expiry dates drives hotel planning applications

THE flurry of planning applications for hotels continues, many of them linked to the looming expiry date for tax breaks for hotel developments.

Among the latest Munster application are a proposal for a 150 bed hotel with 38 holiday homes at Greenmount House in Patrickswell, Co Limerick.

Patrick Hoare is seeking approval for the conservation and extension of the listed period property Greenmount House, to include 150 bedrooms, function/conference facilities and leisure centre, demolition of two bungalows, conversion of stables to holiday homes and 38 new holiday homes.

Also in Limerick, McInerney Construction are seeking permission for a 42 bed hotel alongside a bar/restaurant at Courtbrack Avenue, South Circular Road, Limerick city.

Across the county boundary in Kerry, Gleneagle Developments are seeking approval from Killarney Town Council for changes to previous grant of planning for a 126-bed five storey hotel at Muckross Road.

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