Re: Re: Look at de state of Cork, like!
I would just like to defend the Planning Dept. decision on Old Friary Place Development.
Here are one or two of the points of objection:
The Drawings submitted were inaccurate and contradictory.
The proposed car parking was incorrect and could not hold the amount of car parking spaces indicated, which was in any case too few for the proposed development.
The development proposed to build 3 storey buildings on its boundary wall with the neighbouring properties – they proposed to build a wall approx. 6m above the finished floor level of the houses to the rear, on the boundary wall between the properties – between 1.5 and 5m away from the rear of these houses.
The developer also sought to unlawfully interefere with a number of easements on site – 2 rights to light (one rendering a house uninhabitable) and a Public Right of Way (though this technically is a legal, not planning issue).
If you would like, I can email you a copy of the objection submission.