Straffan GAA club to get major renovation after having development plans approved

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Straffan GAA club to get major renovation after having development plans approved
11:30 Saturday 12th of August 2017

Straffan GAA club is set to get a facelift in the near future after Kildare County Council granted planning permission for a large development at the club's facility.

The development consists of the construction of a two-storey building to contain a double height sports hall with a temporary covered walk way from existing dressing rooms entrance, four dressing rooms, meeting room, players gym, entrance hall and ancillary facilities.

Along with the upgrades to the clubhouse, there will be a new detached machinery store, hurling/camoige wall, repositioning and laying of existing playing pitches, flood lights, new entrance and all ancillary site works.

The plans were agreed to by the council late in July, though no start date for the project has been announced as of yet.

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