It will consist of a mix of apartments, bungalows, two-storey and three-storey dwellings.
Plans for a new nursing home in the midlands has been given the green light.
Westmeath County Council has granted permission for the facility in Robinstown, Mullingar as well as 80 residential units.
The new three-storey nursing home will have the capacity for 90 residents, and will fill part of the gap left by the closure of two other facilities - Stella Maris and Tearmainn Bhride.
The developer had sought permission for 81 residential units, but the local authority has only given the green light for 80.
They will consist of a mix of apartments, bungalows, two-storey and three-storey dwellings.
Westmeath County Council has also granted approval for the provision of a single-storey coffee shop, based on the same site.
The development will also see a number of site upgrade works taking place, including the construction of a new access point from the Castlepollard Road.
Prior to construction commencing, the developer must pay a sizeable fee of €364,683.86 to the local authority.