Walkinstown and Crumlin Appeal Against High Rise Development

Walkinstown and Crumlin Appeal Against High Rise Development

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A planning application has been submitted to An Board Pleanala to build High Rise Apartment Blocks in Glebe House.  This development will comprise of 152 apartments - 75 one bed, 73 two bed and 4 three bed with access from St Agnes Road and Somerville Drive.  The development will contain 2 blocks - Block A - 6 story building and Block B - 5 story building.

This development would be monsterous, would appear overbearing and incongruous to residents and would not compliment the heritage of Crumlin Village and the surrounding community.

Planning application only includes 54 allocated parking spaces, causing traffic congestion and parking chaos in both Walkinstown and Crumlin Village.  We do recognise their is a shortage of housing in Dublin, however this development is too large for the area and would put massive pressure on existing facilities.  We are not opposing development but we are opposing high rise proposals.

We are asking residents to please lodge an appeal against this planning application.  This will cost €20.00 for each appeal, this will ensure our objection and voices are heard.

1. Log onto www.pleanala.ie the development  reference number is 309 317/21

2. Select - NEW online facility for observation on Strategic Housing Development applications

3. Go to secion 3 and select "Send observation" this will bring you through the steps.  You can fill in the form or attach a document.

 

It is still possible to hand deliver or post applications with the fee to An Bord Pleanala, the address is 64 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1.  For any further information please join our Facebook group Walkinstown and Crumlin  Appeal Against High Rise Development.

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