Sunday 21 October 2012

Planning granted for North bridge

Planning permission has been granted in Northern Ireland for a new cross-Border bridge.
The £22 million (€27.6 million) single-carriageway structure will span the Newry River near Warrenpoint and link Co Down with Co Louth near Omeath and close to Carlingford Lough.
The total length is approximately 660 metres, and the project is seeking most of the money from the EU's fund for development in border regions.

Read the article @ The Irish Times

Posted by bps town planning consultants

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