Liffey Valley Fitness apply for modifications to its planning

CAVVIES Limited has applied for modifications to the planning permission that they were granted for changing the site of Liffey Valley Fitness to a residential site.

The application, which was granted permission last year, outlined plans for the existing three-storey building to provide 27 residential units.

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Permission is now being sought for modifications to the previous application, including the conversion and extension of the existing mezzanine plant floor to residential use, fenestration alterations with the addition of new balconies and a revised car parking layout.

A total of 48 residential units, consisting of 40 two bedroom apartments, four one bedroom apartments and four studios are now proposed with 52 car parking spaces.

Cavvies Limited owners, Vincent and Jackie Cosgrave, operate a number of businesses in the community, including the Sheldon Park Hotel, Clondalkin Towers Hotel and Oakfield Lodge Hotel.

Liffey Valley Fitness first opened in 2004, and closed its doors for the last time last summer.

A decision is due from South Dublin County Council by July 9.

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