Plans to construct more apartments at Traders pub site are refused

AN BORD Pleanála has upheld South Dublin County Council’s decision to refuse Double E Investments Ltd permission to increase the number of residential units to 48.

Double E Investments Ltd had applied to ABP against the council’s decision about the number of units at the located St. James’ Road and Limekiln Green in Greenhills.

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Traders Pub

The proposed development included revisions to previously granted permission Ref. SD16A/0060 which permitted a mixed retail/residential development consisting of: the reconfiguration and revisions to include the exclusion of Stair 1 at ground and first-floor level; increase area size of retail Unit 1 by 18 sq m.

The plans included an increase of residential units to 48 units consisting of 24 one-bed apartments; 24 two-bed apartments all above the retail element at first, second and third floor levels.

There is no change to the overall number of parking spaces; vehicular and pedestrian access to the retail/residential elements is via existing access point on St. James’s Road (northward) and Limekiln Green (eastward) with proposed pedestrian access (southward) via Limekiln Green at the site of former McHugh’s Shopping Arcade and Traders Pub.

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