NEW ACCESS ROAD TO DAIRYGOLD SITE MAY EASE MITCHELSTOWN TRAFFIC
A planning application for expansion at Dairygold’s Castlefarm facility, lodged with Cork County Council in 2008 that sought to expand and upgrade facilities on the Co-op’s Castlefarm site, may shortly yield an almost unexpected spin-off benefit to the town.
The 2008 planning application sought permission, since granted, to build a new dryer plant on the Castlefarm land bank to increase the Co-op’s overall production capacity, to cater for the anticipated growth in milk volume that will follow from the end of EU milk quotas restriction by the end of March 2015.
The planning application proposed to create a new .... .
While no decision has yet been made as to when construction work for the proposed new drier facility will begin, the Co-op has taken the opportunity to build ..... .
The anaerobic digester, on which work began in autumn 2011, is currently being developed to provide an ..... .
ONE SMALL STEP
Commenting on the new access road in a letter to The Avondhu this week, local Mitchelstown engineer, Kevin T Finn says, ‘After a planning appeal and further pressure on the ...
Saturday 10th March 12:22pm