Village Extension, Ballymoney, County Wexford
A proposal for the large extension to an existing village, creating a new village centre and providing a wide range of village amenities, currently lacking, along with waste water treatment and a sea outfall for the whole area (also currently lacking). The proposal consisted of more than 220 houses and apartments, in more than twenty different house types, ranging from one-bedroom assisted living units and retirement bungalows to five bedroom terraced houses. Thirteen retail/commercial units were proposed, and three restaurants/bars, a village hall, doctor’s surgery, a park, three children’s playgrounds and a small supermarket.
The project was taken to planning before stalling for wider economic reasons.