Re: Re: One Berkley court -132m Tower
so they had to hold a prelimary hearing to sort throught the 137 submissions
anybody been to these
The project has split the community — with 90 appeals supporting the €1bn grand plan, and 37 opposed. Another 84 parties have made submissions, and have the right to speak at the planning hearing.
Fourteen letters from other appellants with addresses in Dublin 2 or Dublin 4 are in the same format, using the same layout and typeface, as if they were generated on a single computer. All were received on the same day and fees of €220 each were paid in cash.
Though the content of these letters is different, all express the writers’ dismay at the city planners’ decision to reject the proposed 37-storey tower, which is variously described as “magnificent”, “iconic” and “the finest piece of architecture I have seen”.
nothing wrong with that….
Department raises concern over plans for Ballsbridge development
Although the department did not object to the original application, it now says the proposed development would be “contrary to Dublin City Council’s policy to protect the architectural character of the area”.
September has been pencilled in for the start of hearings into
Meanwhile, a Bord PleanÃ¡la oral hearing on more than 20 appeals relating to a proposed high-rise scheme by Glenkerrin Homes for the former veterinary college site in Ballsbridge is due to open on July 23rd.