Donegal seaside town plans could see 20 people employed in new-look premises

Site is in centre of busy town with big summer tourism numbers

Donegal seaside town plans could see 20 people employed in new-look premises

A decision is due early in January

A planned new development in a Donegal seaside town could result in the creation of the equivalent of 20 full-time jobs.

Donegal Co. Council has received  a planning application that proposes the demolition of an existing toilet block and to build an extension (with sanitary facilities and storage) at The Harbour/Market Square in Dunfanaghy.

The plans also include the provision of an artisan market units area on the ground floor as well as a restaurant and wine bar.

The applicant is Daniel Sweeney.

A decision is due on January 4.

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