16-two storey houses are granted permission

16-two storey houses are granted permission

By Aideen O'Flaherty

PLANS for the construction of 16 two-storey houses at Killinarden Heights in Tallaght, to form part of the Elder Heath development upon completion, have been granted permission by South Dublin County Council.

Kelland Homes Ltd lodged an application with South Dublin County Council last October, seeking permission for the development to be comprised of 16 houses, consisting of one four-bed detached house, six three-bed semi-detached houses and nine two- and three-bed terraced houses.


The site in Killinarden

Access to the proposed development is to be via a new vehicular access road located off the existing Elder Heath Drive to the south of the subject site.

The proposed development is to be located on a site of circa 0.81 hectares located at Killinarden Heights, and when finished will form part of the existing Elder Heath estate.

The local authority granted permission for the development last month, with a number of conditions.

These conditions include the development and designing of a shared surface arrangement along Elder Heath Road, and that no gate that is capable of opening across any public footpath, cycle-track, roadway or right of way, shall be installed or erected.

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