Planning

The Planning Committee monitors development proposals in the Marino area. The aim of the Association is to ensure appropriate, sustainable and high quality development takes place in Marino. Where appropriate the Association may comment on particular planning applications to Dublin City Council and An Bord Pleanála.

The Committee can be contacted at: planning@marino.ie

Plan no. 2620/09 203 Philipsburgh Avenue

posted 11 Jan 2010, 06:58 by Eoin Kilfeather   [ updated 12 Jan 2010, 04:48 by Eoin Kilfeather ]

Change of use from laundry/dry cleaners to restaurant with take-away.

On the 21st October An Bord Pleanala granted permission for change of use at the above premises, with opening hours from 7:00 - 23:00 hrs. 

Marino Residents Association did appeal the change of use of one business, as increased traffic form two restaurants/take-away  would cause serious congestion in this already busy area.
Marino Residents Association also appealed to An Bord Pleanala regarding the opening hours.  As these businesses are located in among residential houses, it was suggested that the opening hours should reflect this, closing earlier in the evening and opening later on a Sunday. 

Plan no. 2672/09 201 Philipsburgh Avenue

posted 11 Jan 2010, 06:54 by Eoin Kilfeather

Change of use from retail and office to restaurant take-away

Plan no. 3196/09 18 Fairview Avenue Lr. & Fairview Terrace

posted 11 Jan 2010, 06:47 by Eoin Kilfeather   [ updated 12 Jan 2010, 04:47 by Eoin Kilfeather ]

On the 26th November 2009 Dublin City Council granted planning permission for a long term living accommodation unit, consisting of 2 no. three storey over basement blocks,  with six car parking spaces and accommodation for 51 residents.

Marino Residents Association, Fairview Residents Association and a number of local residents objected to the proposed development. The size of the building and the number of residents are an over development of the site, we do not object to the concept, but it would be more acceptable on a smaller scale.

Marino Residents Association, Fairview Residents and some resident have appealed this decision to An Bord Pleanala.

For more information on this issue contact  www.dublincity.ie

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