News

Permission has been granted to retain three prefabs at a Monaghan town Direct Provision Centre.

Jan 30, 2021 09:01 By News Northern Sound
Permission has been granted to retain three prefabs at a Monaghan town Direct Provision Centre. Permission has been granted to retain three prefabs at a Monaghan town Direct Provision Centre.
The entrance to the St Patrick's Accommodation Centre outside Monaghan town.
Share this article

Permission has been granted to retain three prefabs at a Monaghan town Direct Provision Centre. It's one of ten elements in the application at

Permission has been granted to retain three prefabs at a Monaghan town
Direct Provision Centre.

It's one of ten elements in the application at the St Patrick's Centre.

Tattonward Limited had sought permission to retain three single story
prefabricated buildings, each containing kitchenettes and shower rooms,
which are used to accommodate asylum seekers and the retention of the groundwork and foundation slab was also included.

Advertisement

A prefabricated laundry building is to be kept for 18 months, before being
replaced by a permanent structure.

While a vacant building will be converted to cooking facilities and a former
playroom turned into an outlet for convenience goods.

There are also plans to complete two new playgrounds, retaining walls and
ancillary works.

Advertisement

Monaghan County Council granted permission to retain the developments for
five years, after which the applicant can apply for a further extension or
remove the structures.

Share this article
Advertisement
Advertisement

NorthernSound Newsletter

Sign up now to keep up to date with the latest news.

Processing your request...

You are subscribed now! please check your email to confirm your subscription.