A major renovation of a historic Longford building has been given the greenlight.
The Cloghan Corn Mill in Abbeyshrule was built in the 1860s approximately and consists of a three-storey and two-storey building.
Planning permission has been granted to develop a tourist attraction as well as guest accommodation at the imposing south Longford landmark.
Phase one of the project would involve works at the Kiln House to develop four bedrooms and nine parking spaces.
Phase two works would see a linked bridge being built on the first floor to connect the two structures as well as the reinstatement of the mill wheel and gearing.
It's also proposed to develop a museum or coffee shop and six bedrooms on the upper floors.
The successful application was lodged by Declan Keegan and was granted with 17 conditions attached.
These include a redesign of the roof profile and the provision of electric vehicle charging points.