Bawnogue Shopping Centre re-submits application for changes to buildings

Bawnogue Shopping Centre re-submits application for changes to buildings

BAWNOGUE Shopping Centre have re-submitted a planning application to South Dublin County Council, after a previous application was declared invalid.

Centre owner Mark Burns is seeking permission to amalgamate three of the retail units into a small supermarket, and to relocate the existing post office to be incorporated within the new supermarket.

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The proposals also contain the demolition of the existing store and the erection of a new store to the rear of the supermarket, resurfacing of the car park, alterations to the front façade and associated site works.

The planning application was initially submitted in January, but council planners declared an invalid site notice at the location, following an inspection.

Planners said no site notice was erected at the public road, as indicated on the ordinance survey map.
In the initial planning application, Mr Burns said the enlarged convenience proposal “will provide a “larger, better stocked, more accessible convenience store” for customers.

He said: “The existing Bawnogue Shopping Centre is a busy neighbourhood centre that provides a much-needed service for the surrounding residential communities. It is in many ways outdated and in need of modernisation.

The council are due to make a decision on the application by May 10.


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