Plans have been lodged to build a proposed new agri business hub worth an estimated €4m near Naas.
Quinns of Baltinglass Limited want to demolish an existing one and half storey office building and weighbridge at Lewistown.
The company seeks to construct two grain stores, a new two-storey office building, two weighbridges and a machinery store.
The proposed development will have a floor area of 2,700 square metres and stretch over a 2.9 hectare site.
Quinn's of Baltinglass was originally established by William (Bill) Quinn in Baltinglass in 1936 and began as a bar, grocery and hardware business.
It has grown to become one of the largest privately-owned agriculture merchants in the country and has agri-stores in Naas and Athy as well in Cos Wicklow, Carlow and Offaly.
The company said its grain processing facility in Lewistown processes over 180,000 tonnes of grain annually.