Permission granted for 22 apartments at petrol station

By Aideen O'Flaherty

Planning permission has been granted for the development of 22 apartments on Monastery Road in Clondalkin.

The two-bedroom apartments will be housed in a flat-roofed, four-storey contemporary-style apartment building.

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The former Esso petrol station is set to make way for apartments

The set-back third floor level will consist of 22 apartments with private terraces/balconies.

The submission, lodged in August, sought permission to demolish the former Esso petrol station to make way for apartments. The petrol station is comprised of a derelict forecourt canopy, a single-storey vacant retail structure and ancillary building.

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Their plans provide for a communal open space, 24 car parking and bicycle parking spaces, and bin storage.

Plans for a new landscaped section to Monastery Road, including planting and a 1.5 metre high wall and railing boundary treatment, with vehicular and pedestrian entrance and piers, also form part of the application.

South Dublin County granted permission for the development last month.

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