The application was submitted by McAdam Stewart Architects on behalf of applicant, D Gilmore Developments Ltd.
It seeks approval to bring 24 semi-detached and 12 detached homes to lands adjacent to south and west of 2-9 and 12-13 Regency Mews, Dollingstown.
The new development will be built on a 1.928 hectare site and the surface water will be disposed of by the main storm sewer.
The application was submitted to Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council’s planning committee on Friday, September 18.
Its neighbour consultation period will expire on Wednesday, October 28, while the standard consultation period expires on Friday, November 3.
The application will be advertised until Friday, November 6.
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