Posts Tagged ‘permission’

New Mixed Use Development Proposed For Naas IDA Industrial Estate

February 3, 2012

Permission has been sought for  the construction of a two storey replacement building with a three story element, to accommodate 2 ground floor restaurants with ancillary take-away use, first and second floor office and warehouse use at Units No 1,2,3 & 4, IDA Industrial Estate, Monread Road, Naas, Co Kildare. The development will involve the demolition of existing single story industrial units.

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County Kildare V.E.C granted planning permission for new primary school in Celbridge

November 11, 2009

County Kildare V.E.C. was granted permission on the 3rd November 2009 for the construction of a new 16 classroom primary school, associated car parking spaces, a school bus drop – off zone, designated ball courts and play area, wastewater treatment plant and all ancillary site works at The Commons, Hazelhatch Road, Celbridge
Co. Kildare

60 Bed Nursing Home Refused Planning in Broadford, Co. Kildare

November 9, 2009

Permission was refused by An Board Pleanala for a 60 bed nursing home in Braodford, Co. Kildare.  Patrick Byrne had lodged a first party appeal with the Board following a refusal by Kildare County Council.  The Board refused permission on the basis that the proposed development was in an isolated rural area on unzoned lands, contrary to Regional Planning Guidelines for the Greater Dublin Area, a discordant feature in the landscape and prejudicial to public health given the lack of adequate water supply and wastewater disposal.

David Mulcahy, Town Planning Consultant

Planning Permission refused for mixed use development in Donadea, Naas, Co. Kildare

October 15, 2009

Permision refused on 7th October 2009 for 23 dwellings, shop units, a Public House, office and commercial unit,
childrens playground and playschool Tiermoghan Donadea Naas Co Kildare

Green Road Partnership granted permisson for 17 dwellings in Mountrice, Kildare

October 15, 2009

Green Road Partnership granted permission on 8th October 2009 for 17 no. dwelling units and 1 no. creche Mountrice, Monasterevin Co Kildare.

The Planning Consultant for this application was:  David Mulcahy, Town Planning Consultant

McInerney Homes Ltd granted 151 dwellings in Maynooth

October 15, 2009

Mc Inerney Homes Ltd was granted permision on 1st October 2009 for:

151 no detached, semi-detached and terrace dwellings(total gross floor area 19,140.1 sqm) each with roof mounted solar panels and a two storey creche (514 sqm)  in Dublin Road, Maynooth, Co Kildare

Ballymore Eustace scheme cleared in court to go ahead

October 13, 2009

Thursday, 23 July 2009

THE SUPREME Court has cleared the way for a development of houses, shops, a creche and a medical centre at Ballymore Eustace, Co Kildare.

The five-judge court yesterday upheld arguments by Abbeydrive Developments Ltd that it was entitled to a default planning permission for the proposed development because of the failure of Kildare County Council to decide on its planning application within the eight-week period set down by law.

Abbeydrive applied for the permission on December 2nd, 2002, and, unless there was a request served for further information, the eight-week period expired on February 5th, 2003. A notice for further information was served by the council a day later.

Abbeydrive argued in the High Court that the council’s failure to decide within the eight-week period entitled it to default permission but Mr Justice Roderick Murphy rejected that argument.

Abbeydrive appealed that 2005 judgment to the Supreme Court which yesterday allowed the appeal. It adjourned the issue of what order should be made in the case.

Mr Justice Nial Fennelly said the dispute in the appeal arose from the nature of the proposed development. While almost entirely residential, it also included a very small two-storey community facility comprising a creche, neighbourhood shops and a medical centre. That facility represented some 0.2 per cent of the total floor area of the proposed development.

The judge noted the relevant zoning area in the Co Kildare development plan 1999 was described as “solely residential” but the council’s senior planner had accepted this proposed development was “open for consideration”. The judge said Article 34.8 of the Planning Act 2000 provided a default that permission could be granted where a planning authority had failed to make a decision within eight weeks.

Mr Justice Fennelly ruled that the High Court had erred as a valid permission could have been granted through an exercise of discretion by the council in favour of Abbeydrive. It was not open to the High Court to impose a limitation on the effect of Article 34.8, except on the basis of legal power.

Irish Times, 23 July 2009

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2009/0723/1224251144464.html