The following are some local planning applicationswhich can be viewed in Dublin City Council CivicOffices during normal office hours.
Permission requested by our Lady Mother of Divine Grace Church, Raheny for improvements incl.new ramps, alteration of some existing steps, new wcother minor alterations
permission requested for build of 2 newsemi-detached dwellings on Danieli Road.
approval given for 83sqm single storeyextension to supermarket at Killester ShoppingCentre
request from St. David’s CBS, Artane for removal of wall & railing and creation of newentrance to school grounds from St. David’s Park
St. Joseph’s CBS Fairview have sought permission for changes incl. demolition of changingrooms & construction of new buildings
New covered multi-storey car park atBeaumont Hospital granted approval. 313 spaces and167 at semi-basement level.
Demolition of dormer house and build of 4 x2 bed apts at 203A Collins Avenue now gone to AnBord Pleanala.
; Approval granted for development at 59/60Clontarf Rd incl. apartments, houses etc on site of existing 2 x 2 storey houses due to be demolished.
Application sought to construct single storeyextension to rear of existing sports hall for storage purposes at Dominican College, Griffith Avenue
Application for rear of 57 & 58A Clontarf Rd to include demolition of existing structures andconstruct new 2 & 3 storey office extensions for individual units
; part demolitions of extensions and construct2 x 2 storey detached 4 bed dwellings at 77/79Kincora Rd now appealed to An Bord Pleanála.
single storey day hospital for older peopleat St. Joseph’s Hospital, Raheny.
; restoration of existing Clontarf baths incl.single storey restaurant & café bar, provision of changing cubicles, lifeguard viewing area etc.
Clontarf flood barrier
There is huge disquiet about the CityManagers flood defence proposal for theseafront. When this matter was initially putto Councillors by senior Council officialsthe height was to be 1.2 meters. During the planning process and discussions betweenDublin City Council, An Bord Pleanála andthe Office of Public Works, the height thenwent from 1.2 to 2.75m without anyconsultation whatsoever with localresidents or Clontarf Councillors. Thissituation is changing on a continuing basis.I will keep in touch with residents on thismatter. Please email me for updates –
The 2011 programme included works at Conquer HillRd, Croydon Park Ave, Dunluce Rd, Kincora Park &Rd. Schedule of works are now almost completed
This year’s list includes Haddon Rd, Park LawnDollymount, Kincora Estate, St Annes Estate, StilesRd, Castle Ave. Seafield Rd. Most of this work isdone in the dormant Winter season.
Domestic Refuse Collection
The City Manager wants to withdraw from thisservice which has been provided by DublinCorporation/City Council for over 140 years. Privateoperators would take over the business. However, thecost and the waiver scheme are key factors.