Information submitted for development of houses in Clondalkin

Information submitted for development of houses in Clondalkin

ADDITIONAL information has been submitted in relation to the proposed development of nine residential dwellings on lands fronting Fonthill Road and to the rear of St John’s Road in Clondalkin.

The proposal for nine dwellings is comprised of two two-bed, two-storey semi-detached houses, one three-bed, two-storey detached house with an attic conversion, two three-bed end terrace houses with attic conversions, two two-bed mid-terrace houses and two three-bed two-storey end terrace houses.

site on Fonthill Rd 1

Applicant Paul Crowley includes plans for a proposed new vehicular access road from St John’s Road located on lands owned by South Dublin County Council, while it is proposed that pedestrian access will be provided through an access gate at the intersection of Commons Road and Fonthill Road.

There are also provisions for all services and ancillary site development works.

A previous application for planning permission at the same subject site was refused last March for reasons relating to below ground drainage.

The current application has been described by the architect acting on behalf of the applicant as a “repeat planning application which seeks to overturn the reasons for refusal of the previous planning application”.

The submitted additional information addressed the council’s concerns about a lack of public open space as part of the development.

A decision on the application has yet to be made by the council.

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