A plan’s been put forward to build a 105-bed nursing home in North Cork.
A submission’s been put in to Cork County Council to construct the new home in the Cloonlough area of Mitchestown.
Charleville Home Care Ltd made the application which outlines a two-storey building taking up almost 5,000sq/m.
They also hope to construct a “retirement village” alongside it made up of 48 2-bedroom units.
Along with this would be eight 2-bed apartments for staff to live in.
The application was put in on February 28th and the council are set to decide by April 25th.
The development description reads: “Construction of two storey nursing home to cater for 105 residents with single bedrooms, day rooms, dining areas, kitchen with ancillary services within a floor area of 4981sq/m, plant room 100.4sq/m associated to the nursing home, visitor and staff car parking, landscaped area, enclosed private courtyard
“Construction of staff accommodation consisting of 8 No 2 bed apartments, with associated parking and private open space.
“Construction of 48 No 2-bedroom houses (Retirement Village) with landscaping visitor car parking, (a), (b) and (c) with entrance off the existing public road and connection to main foul sewer via on site foul sewage treatment/ pump station with a connection to the public main water network.”
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