Further details given for planned GAA training facility at Dunmore

THE GAA could be a step closer to getting approval for its plans to build its state-of-the-art training facility at Dunmore.

THE GAA could be a step closer to getting approval for its plans to build its state-of-the-art training facility at Dunmore.

Kilkenny County Council had sought further information about the application for planning permission Kilkenny GAA County Board, and the application is now “further validated.”

The proposed development is a GAA training facility including two GAA pitches (one with flood lighting, both with ball stops behind the goals); a building accommodating four team dressing rooms, one referee dressing room, a machinery store, toilets and parking; a foul water treatment system; new site entrance gates and fencing to the site adjacent to the Dunmore Recycling and Waste Disposal Centre.

A decision is due on March 11, according to the council.