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39-40 Lord Edward Street, City Centre (Limerick), Limerick City

Development Land Refreshed on May 21, 2021
Eircode: V94 DC64
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Prime development site with full planning permission for the demolition of the existing structure 39-40 Lord Edward Street and for construction of a 3-storey apartment building comprising 2 no. 2 bedroom apartments and 2 no. 3 bed-room duplex apartments with car parking and bin store to the rear. Full Planning Permission granted under planning file reference number 19/841. The property is situated on Lord Edward Street in Limerick City. It is minutes walk to the City Centre, Mary Immaculate College, The Peoples Park and Colbert train and bus station. Excellent development opportunity having full planning permission secured and associated certification to follow. It should be noted that the Land Development Agency are in the process of examining the potential for the development of 50 hectare (123.5 acres) site located near the main transport hub of Colbert Station which is close to the development site. The draft design review document has been published. See: https://lda.ie/projects/colbert-station-limerick/


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