Plans for a multi-million-euro Dingle development, which will create 250 jobs, have been given the green light. Tomás Garvey of the Garvey Group and Bricklin Limited have been granted planning permission for a shopping, residential and parking complex at Mail Road and Emlagh Road in Dingle. In December, Tomás Garvey of the Garvey Group and Bricklin Limited applied for permission for the development at Mail Road and Emlagh Road, hoping that if they were given the go ahead, it’d be ready by summer 2009. However further information was requested in February; that was submitted along with revised plans to Kerry County Council in July.
Bricklin Ltd, which owns over two-thirds of the land at Emlagh West, had been seeking approval to build a two-floor shopping complex including shops and a cafe, as well as Garvey’s Supervalu, which will relocate from its current site at Holyground, Dingle. The complex is to be accompanied by 312 car parking spaces on ground and basement levels. Meanwhile Tomas Garvey, who owns a third of the 2.27 hectares, plans to build 32 apartments, terraced houses, and maisonette