The plan faced some local opposition and at the end of her 32 page report into the plan, senior An Bord Pleanala planning inspector Karen Hamilton recommended that planning permission be refused on three grounds.
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Permission for development comprising internal and external alterations to the existing Lidl Licensed Discount Foodstore and the adjoining Unit 1 retail unit along with amendments to the car park all at a site of approximately 0.419 ha located at Ballyhooly Road Ballyvolane Arderrow Co Cork. Lawrence Owens, chief executive of Cork Business Association, noted a “profound need” for housing in the city. Locals say they fear the number of new homes will increase traffic while putting pressure on services and the environment, in submissions made to the board. The proposed development will consist of 3 no. permissions and the proposed retail hierarchy. 2-bedroom duplex apartments and 3 no. Permission for the construction of a development comprising of 16 no. Planning permission for the development of 162 residential units and a two-storey creche at Banduff Road in Mayfield has been refused. DFOD stresses the group is not opposed to building homes on Longview’s site and would welcome sustainable development there. An Bord Pleanala has given the green light for plans to construct 735 residential units on the outskirts of Cork city. An Bord Pleanála has given the green light for plans to construct 753 residential units in Ballyvolane on the outskirts of Cork city.
Permission to demolish existing single storey disused shop unit and construct a semi-detached two-storey end of terrace dwelling with total floor area of 98.22sqm, (ground floor 49.11sqm, first floor 49.11sqm).... 34 Ballyhooly Road , Dillons Cross , Cork.
Permission for the construction of a development comprising of 16 no. The scheme is made up of 531 houses and 222 apartments on lands located in the townland of Lahardane in Ballyvolane, 3km north of Cork city. A major boost to housing stock on the northside of Cork city is in the pipeline under plans that will see hundreds of homes built in Ballyvolane. In accordance with guidance issued and in the interest of safety for both visitors and staff, the Development Management Section will continue to encourage transactions to be carried out through email, telephone and through video conferencing. Board decisions on fast-track housing applications cannot be appealed, but the High Court can review them. (Section 12 National Monuments Acts 1930 to 2004), NIAH Locations within 100m of the mapped planning point, National Roads & Motorways within 500m of mapped planning point.
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(2) To construct a two storey extension at the side and rear of existing dwelling house.
He said Longview would cover the cost of connecting the area around the development to the water network, paving the way for further investment there. RTÉ is not responsible for the content of external internet sites. The appeals board has granted planning permission to Cork company, Longview Estates Ltd in spite of its own inspector recommending that planning permission be refused. buildings comprising 3 no.
“This is important to the city as there are no Irish Water plans to service this area,” Mr Owens said. Please see our Covid-19 Updates page for further information on Planning services and contact details for queries. RTÉ.ie is the website of Raidió Teilifís Éireann, Ireland's National Public Service Media. London-based Temporis Capital, better-known as an investor in renewable energy, owns Longview Estates through a subsidiary, Temporis Ltd. The road is to provide access to lands within the admistrative boundary of Cork County Council which are the subject of a planning application granted by Cork county council (Planning reference 14/4895) for a mixed use retail development and currently on appeal to … Plans to build more than 750 homes on the outskirts of Cork city have divided locals and business groups. National Monuments within 100m of the mapped planning point, Is this Planning Point is within a National Monument Zones of Notification?
The proposed development will consist of 3 no.
However, the appeals board has granted a seven-year permission in order to speed up the delivery of the homes.
The company held pre-planning talks with An Bord Pleanála and Cork city and county councils before applying for planning permission. 2-bedroom single storey apartments, 5 no. The retail hierarchy for the Metropolitan Area is identified in Table 2 below. Save lots of time going through paper lists, Council websites and other sources of information. The site consists of a number of large fields currently used for tillage farming and is identified as an Urban Expansion Area in a local area plan.
buildings comprising 3 no. a) Sub-division of existing site to enable construction of a new family home
Almost 60 families from Laherdane, close to the site, say the number of homes that Longview wants to build exceeds planning guidelines for the area. 2-bed... National Inventory of Architectural Heritage: Planning Data is published by Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government and is licensed under a, Contains Irish Public Sector Data (Geological Survey) licensed under a, Zoning Data is published by Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government and is licensed under a, NPWS Data is published by National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht and is licensed under a, Monument & NIAH Building Data is published by National Monuments Service, Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs and is licensed under a, Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License, Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licence.