DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL: We, Friends First; PLANNING APPLICATIONS

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DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL: We, Friends First; PLANNING APPLICATIONS


DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL: We, Friends First Life Assurance DAC, intend to apply for planning permission and retention permission at Royal Hibernian Way, Dawson Street, Dublin 2. The application site comprises of 0.15 hectares and is bound by Dawson Street to the east, Anne Street South to the south, Duke Street to the north and Duke Lane to the west. Planning permission is sought for an outdoor seating area on Dawson Street at Unit 10. The seating area will be circa 10.08 sq.m and will include windbreakers of circa 1.04 metres in height. Retention permission is sought for minor amendments to a development completed under Reg. Ref: 3643/16 and Reg. Ref: 3744/17. The amendments for which retention is sought relate to design development amendments including: (i) At Anne Street South, amendment to shopfront to Anchor Unit 1 to accommodate fire exit door and to recess entrance door, amendment to awning and signage, and amendment to vertical fin arrangement; (ii) On Duke Lane, omission of replacement of shopfront to Unit 21 and amendment at Unit 1 to incorporate full height windows with omission of low level plinth; (iii) At Royal Hibernian Way, minor alterations of door positions to units 6,10,11,12,14,15 and Anchor Unit 1, increase in outdoor seating area at unit 17/18, amendment to location of signage zone beneath canopy on Royal Hibernian Way at Unit 8/9, amendment to location of signage zone beneath canopy on Royal Hibernian Way at Unit 11, amendment to shopfront comprising removal of false column to Unit 8/9, amendments to shopfront to Unit 7 comprising retention and upgrade of existing shopfront in lieu of replacement shopfront, retention of existing clock on west facing facade and omission of permitted signage at this location, minor amendments to paving layout/arrangement including amendment to artwork in paving; and minor amendments to proportions of fascia zones on all ground floor units; (iv) At Dawson Street, minor amendment to door location at Unit 10; (v) Relocation of plant at roof level and omission of screening; (vi) All associated and ancillary amendments. …

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