15 residential units approved close to Kingswood Castle

By William O'Connor 

AN Bord Pleanala have granted permission to Jackie Green for the construction of 15 residential units in Kingswood.

South Dublin County Council had originally granted permission, but a third party had lodged an objection, which An Bord Pleanala over ruled and passed the planning.

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The site approved for 15 residential units in Kingswood 

The site is bounded by Kingswood Castle to the east, Ballymount Park to the north, and Ballymount Road to the south.

The site is planned for 15 residential units comprising of two two-storey, four bed detached houses, five two storey, three bed mid-terraced houses, eight two-storey, three bed semi-detached/end-terrace houses along with all associated car parking, landscaping and site development works.

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A new footpath and public lighting to Ballymount Road is proposed.

The development will result in a new pedestrian/cyclist connection through to Ballymount Park.

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