Permission sought for M50 Park filling station

By Maurice Garvey 

MANAGEMENT and holding company Vecglen Limited, has submitted a planning application with South Dublin County Council for a petrol station at M50 Business Park, reports Maurice Garvey.

Plans include proposals for a petrol filling station and forecourt on Ballymount Avenue, Dublin 12.

M50 June 30 2016

Proposals contain plans for four pump islands and a canopy over a filling station building with a total of 260 sq m containing a retail sales area of 100 sq m and a café area of 63 sq m.

It also includes car-wash facilities and tow air/water/vacuum service bays, a separate HGV filling island with canopy over HGV parking spaces, a drive-thru restaurant, 42 car-parking spaces and bicycle parking, and associated signage.

Vehicular access is proposed from Ballymount Avenue and vehicular egress in proposed to the access road to the south-east which serves Fashion City.

Proposals include internal access roads, landscaping, underground fuel tanks, drainage, public lighting, ESB substation and switch room, pump house and associated site works.

Vecgel Ltd was set up in 1995 and lists its principle activity as management and holding companies. The council are due to make a decision by August 9.

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