Re: Re: well what about the developments popping up in the shannonside ?
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Callerview properties have submitted some revised plans for their controversial retail park development at the rear of the Ashbrook estate on the Ennis Road
Modifications to the retail unit and adjoining garden centre granted under planning permission ref: 04/583 and PL30.212827, the development shall consist of (a) revisions to the external finishes on the front and side (north and north western) elevations including amendments to the entrance details, the provision of additional external glazed material finishes, modifications to the signage details. (b) revisions to the rear elevation to provide for modified access to the outdoor garden centre including new external canopy and revised rear service door accesses. (c) the provision of a graded ramp service access within the service yard area. (d) revisions to the roof treatment to provide for increased natural light and (e) modifications to the internal layout to provide for revised entrance detail and provision of new mezzanine level to provide for office space, canteen, toilets and storage area ancillary to the development.
Ennis Road, adjacent to Caherdavin Centre
Ennis Road, south east of Ivan’s Cross,
Callerview got the go-ahead from ABP earlier this year after 3 previous applications had been refused by Limerick City Council!
The development will consist of the redevelopment of the existing site and buildings for mixed retail/commercial park and includes the construction of the following:- (1) 8 no. retail warehouse units (including 1 no. outdoor garden centre of 1,170 sq. m. totalling 12,065 sq.m. (2) A 465 sq.m. motor showroom. (3) A 447 no. space surface car park. (4) Improvements to Ennis Road to provide turning lanes to the approved link road from Ennis Road to Clonmacken Road approved under planning register reference no. 02/1215 serving the redevelopment of the Caherdavin Centre. (5) The construction of a roundabout junction on the approved link road. and all other site development works including boundary treatment, lighting and landscaping on a site measuring 4.84 ha. 4.6 ha. of the development site is located within the administrative area of Limerick City Council. The proposal ranges in height from 5.2m to 9.2m. Environmental Impact Statement and Retail Impact submitted
Ennis Road, South East of