Storage building planned by Irish Distillers for the Fox and Geese
By Laura Lyne
IRISH Distillers will be able to proceed with plans to develop a new dry-goods storage building at its premises at the Fox and Geese on Robinhood Road in Clondalkin, after planning permission was granted by South Dublin County Council, reports Laura Lyne.
The dry-goods building will have a gross floor-plan of 555 sq m and a maximum roof height of 8.5 m.
Planning permission for the development was granted on April 12, with plans including the demolition of the existing deliveries unloading building and the removal of the existing shelter adjoining the grass area.
Included within the plans is the removal of the existing disused underground tanks within the grass area and the partial excavation of the ground level to allow for a level floorplate.
Irish Distillers have also included an amendment to a previously approved planning application within the plans, to omit five car-parking spaces that were approved in 2014.
No third-party submissions were made on the application, and a condition was attached to the planning permission that a new planning application would have to be submitted if the intensification or purpose of the dry-goods storage were to change.