Planning application details ref: 171180 Limerick City and County Council

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Planning Application: 171180 (Limerick City and County Council )
File Number: 171180
Application Type: PERMISSION Planning Status: APPLICATION FINALISED
Received Date: 15/12/2017 Decision Due Date: 17/02/2018
Validated Date: 15/12/2017 Invalidated Date:
Further Info Requested: Further Info Received:
Withdrawn Date: Extend Date:
Decision Type: Conditional Decision Date: 14/02/2018
Leave to Appeal: Appeal Date: 13/03/2018
Commenced Date: Submissions By: 27/01/2018

Applicant Details

Applicant name: Rugby World Experience Ltd.
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Proposed Development

Development Description: the demolition of No. 40 and No. 41 O’Connell Street; demolition of 1st floor, 2nd floor and 3rd floor only at No. 42 O’Connell Street/1 Cecil Street; demolition of No. 1 Cecil Street (excluding basement area), and demolition of a shed at the rear of the site. Construction of a new building consisting of a 7-storey block (32 m high) with 2-storey portico fronting O’Connell Street, and a part 2-storey/part 3-storey block to the rear with stair core extending 7-storeys all over single storey basement; a part 2-storey/part 3-storey block at the corner of O’Connell Street and Cecil Street comprising 2-storeys over the existing ground floor retail premises (Fines Jewellers), and 3-storeys fronting Cecil Street. The development will provide multi-media visitor experience, exhibition and education space for the ‘International Rugby Experience’; ancillary retail area (81sq.m) and ancillary cafe (83 sq.m) at ground floor level. Vehicular access for servicing purposes and staff pedestrian and cycle access via an existing vehicular entrance on the laneway to the rear of the site linking Cecil Street and Catherine Street. The development will also include ancillary plant, storage areas, staff facilities; public lighting; building signage; diversion of underground services; and all related site development and excavation works above and below ground, all on a site of 0.0581ha approx. The development is situated within an Architectural Conservation Area
Development Address: 40, 41, 42 O'Connell Street/ 1 Cecil Street,, Limerick.
Architect Name: Niall McLaughlin Architects Location Key: O CONNELL ST
Electoral Division: Planner: Limerick City West Area Planner
Social Housing Exempt: Plan Enforcement #:
IPC Licence Required: No Waste Licence Required: No
Protected Structure: No Protected Structure #:
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Comments

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Decision

Decision Date: 14/02/2018 Manager Order: 147/2018
Decision Type: Conditional Number of Conditions: 22
Grant Date: Grant Managers Order #:
Section 47 Apply?: Part 5 Apply?:
Expiry Date: 23/10/2023
Decision Description: the demolition of No. 40 and No. 41 O’Connell Street; demolition of 1st floor, 2nd floor and 3rd floor only at No. 42 O’Connell Street/1 Cecil Street; demolition of No. 1 Cecil Street (excluding basement area), and demolition of a shed at the rear of the site. Construction of a new building consisting of a 7-storey block (32 m high) with 2-storey portico fronting O’Connell Street, and a part 2-storey/part 3-storey block to the rear with stair core extending 7-storeys all over single storey basement; a part 2-storey/part 3-storey block at the corner of O’Connell Street and Cecil Street comprising 2-storeys over the existing ground floor retail premises (Fines Jewellers), and 3-storeys fronting Cecil Street. The development will provide multi-media visitor experience, exhibition and education space for the ‘International Rugby Experience’; ancillary retail area (81sq.m) and ancillary cafe (83 sq.m) at ground floor level. Vehicular access for servicing purposes and staff pedestrian and cycle access via an existing vehicular entrance on the laneway to the rear of the site linking Cecil Street and Catherine Street. The development will also include ancillary plant, storage areas, staff facilities; public lighting; building signage; diversion of underground services; and all related site development and excavation works above and below ground, all on a site of 0.0581ha approx. The development is situated within an Architectural Conservation Area

Appeal Details


Appeal Details
Notification Date: 16/03/2018 BP Reference #: 301154-18
Appeal Type: THIRD PARTY File Forward Date:
Submission Due Date: 12/04/2018 Submission Sent Date:
Appeal Decision: CONDITIONAL Decision Date: 24/10/2018
Withdrawn Date: Dismissed Date:
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