Appeal against ABP refusal to allow change in restaurant use

By William O'Connor

THREE Castle Investments Ltd has lodged an appeal with An Bord Pleanála (ABP) against South Dublin County Council’s decision to refuse permission for a change of use of a vacant first-floor restaurant to apartments.

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An appeal has been lodged with ABP by Three Castle Investments

Located at Kiltipper Café Bar, Marlfield, Tallaght, the plans included the change of use of vacant first-floor-level restaurant approved under Ref. SD02A/0482 to provide a residential use comprising a total of six apartments, including two one-bedroom and four two-bedroom units with apartments one, two and five served by private balconies.

There will also be minor alterations to northern, western and southern elevations and access to communal open space at first floor level.

In addition there wil be six vehicular parking spaces at basement level, six dedicated bicycle/storage units at mezzanine level and dedicated bin storage area at ground floor level, plus all ancillary works.

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