Balrothery school submits extension plans

By Laura Lyne

SCOIL Aonghusa Senior National School in Balrothery looks to extend its footprint after submitting an application for planning permission.

The application, which was submitted to South Dublin County Council on July 19, is for the construction of a new 200 sq m single-storey extension to the school.

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Included within the extension, which will be located at the south-east elevation of the existing primary school building, will be one classroom and four resource rooms.

There are 200 students attending Scoil Aonghusa Senior National School, which caters for pupils in third to sixth class.

Third party submissions will be accepted for the application until August 22, with a decision due on the application by September 12.


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