Former bookmakers in village planned for a wellness centre
A PROPERTY which previously contained a bookmakers is the subject of a planning application seeking change of use permission to convert it to a “community-based” resource and wellness centre.
The applicant, Dublin Vineyard CLG, is seeking change of use permission for the conversion of 519 Main Street in Tallaght Village.
When the premises was last in use, it housed a bookmakers.
In the description of the proposed list of works with the application, the plans are outlined as including internal alterations and modifications.
This section of the proposals include the removal of internal walls and the part levelling of floors to assist with achieving universal access.
There is the provision of a new hardwood sign fitted to the existing signage frame which is mounted to the building on the property.
The replacement of two external doors to the street with new painted hardwood doors make up the remainder of the proposed development.
Dublin Vineyard CLG lodged the planning application with South Dublin County Council on February 4, 2022.
The closing date for third party submissions relating to these plans is March 10.
Three-weeks later, on March 31, 2022, the local planning authority is set to make a decision on proposal.