Permission Sought To Transform Blarney Hotel Holiday Cottages Into Residential Properties

Serdang Ltd is seeking permission to transform 56 holiday cottages on the site of The Blarney Hotel & Golf Resort into residential properties.

According to The Irish Examiner, Serdang has lodged plans with Cork City Council for a change-of-use of the existing 56 holiday cottages on the site of the hotel and golf resort, which shut last year, in the hopes of turning them into private residential buildings.

“Never A Financial Success”

In its application, Serdang stated that the hotel and golf resort was “never a financial success” and that transforming the 56 holiday cottages into private residential properties would ensure that they “do not fall into disrepair and become a burden in the area”.

Five of the cottages are already privately owned.

Open Space And Residential Car Parking

Serdang’s plans also include the provision of open space and residential car parking.

Original Article by Dave Simpson of Hospitality Ireland. 

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