Appeal lodged against Buglers House proposal

By William O' Connor 

AN APPEAL against plans for a development at Buglers Ballyboden House has been lodged with An Bord Pleanala.

Applicant Mary Bugler has lodged plans with South Dublin County Council for a three four-bedroom two storey infill dwellings comprising one detached dwelling and two semi-detached dwellings.

buglars house

Appeal lodged with ABP against plans for Buglers

Each dwelling to include dormer window on front/western facing roof slope, 1 roof light on rear/eastern facing roof slope and private garden to rear.

Two of the dwellings would include a single storey rear element.

A new access road from Bolton Avenue will serve the three dwellings, together with the provision of a shared car parking area for two car spaces per dwelling and all associated ancillary works necessary to facilitate this development including SUDS surface water drainage, site works, boundary treatments and landscaping all at a site with frontage to Bolton Avenue.

EK484 REA McGee 221118

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