Aurivo seeks planning permission for development at Sligo Dairies site.

Change of use of part of ‘vacant dairy facility to a building contractor’s facility’

Sligo News File Online

Aurivo is seeking planning permission for development at its Sligo Dairies site, Barnsraghy, Strandhill Road. The application contains plans for substantial works at the location, including:

Development consisting of the change of use of part of the existing vacant dairy facility to a building contractor’s facility comprising offices, storage, yard and workshop areas forming part of the overall redevelopment of the site.

The proposed development includes; a) Demolition of existing compressor plant, pumphouse, buildings, gatehouse, loading bay, porta cabin, disused silo, reservoir tank, effluent tank and septic tank. (Gross floor area (GFA 403 sq.m);

b) Change of use of existing reception building to ancillary offices (GFA 134 sq.m);

c) Change of use of existing Processing Area to open plan office, conference room, two single occupancy offices, storage and staff facilities (GFA 554 sq.m);

d) Change of use of external areas for storage of building equipment, machinery and plant;

e) Construction of new fence and gate to existing vehicular entrance on the southern end of the site;

f) Construction of new entrance foyer located at the North Elevation connecting proposed offices (GFA 40 sq.m);

g) Recladding of North, South and West elevations of existing cold storage unit.

h) Upgrade of existing treatment system and percolation area and

i) All associated ancillary development, including revised boundary treatment to front (west) of the site, hard and soft landscaping, signage, site works and services.

 Castledargan Resort Limited has made an application to retain a driving range at Ballygawley.

The development, on the site of Castledargan golf course, includes 4 bay roofed structure, associated ground works, ballstop netting, poles, floodlighting and all associated site works. It is located within the curtilage of Castledargan House, described as a Protected Structure, RPS No. 128.