Green light: Appeals board backs 197-unit build in south Co Dublin

New homes: Work on a major residential site in Kilternan has been given the go-ahead

An Bord Pleanála has given the green light to fast-track plans to construct 197 residential units at a site in Kilternan in south Co Dublin.

The appeals board has granted planning permission to receivers Declan Taite and Anne O'Dwyer in spite of concerns from Dún Laoghaire County Council over the plan for Glenamuck Rd and Enniskerry Rd. The proposal is made up of 62 houses, 115 apartments and 20 duplex apartments, plus a crèche.

Mr Taite and Ms O'Dwyer are receivers over certain assets of Michael Doran and Martin Doran. In its recommendation to the appeals board, the council found that the proposal would be premature due to the existing deficiencies in the road network. However, the appeals board concluded the plan would not seriously injure residential amenities.

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