Retention of Matthew Kane Memorial at Riverside Road and Permission for Demolition of existing buildings and structures on site and erection of retail-led, mixed use town centre development on an approx. 4.25 ha brownfield site, including; block A 2-storey retail building, block B comprising 2-3 storey retail, café/restaurant and 8 residential apartments, block C single storey retail building; block D cinema, block E single storey retail unit with attached garden centre, access, access roads, car and cycle parking, pedestrian linkages/paths, riverside walkway, hard and soft landscaping and street furniture, suds pond, foul sewer pumping station and associated pump house, ESB sub-stations and switchrooms and all associated site development works to complete the development. The application is accompanied by an Environmental Impact Assessment Report (EIAR).
Permission for an 87.6 hectare extension to the south-west, south and south-east of its existing sand and gravel pit (within an application site of 146.1 hectares); stockpiling, drying, on-site screening, loading and off-site transport of excavated sand and gravel from the extension area; upgrading of the access road to the existing pit from its junction with the R400 regional road up to a new wheelwash facility to be installed to the east of the existing weighbridge; provision of mobile site office(18.2m2), mobile staff welfare unit (9.5m2) and refuelling pavement slab; restoration of the proposed extension lands to naturally regenerated wildlife habitat, water ponds and potential long-term amenity use. An environmental impact assessment report (EIAR) has been prepared in respect of the planning application.
Construction of 150 cubic meter water storage reservoir on existing site to be connected to existing water mains. This application is accompanied by a Natura Impact Statement (N.I.S.)
Request for Further Information was issued on 22/01/2019
The installation of approximately 12.5km of 38kv electricity transmission line from the permitted (wind farm) substation (offaly county council planning register reference 14/188 & an bord pleanala reference pl19.244053) in the townland of stonestown, county offaly to the existing electricity substation in the townland of clondallow, county offaly. The transmission line will comprise approximately 8.5km of underground line and approximately 3.7km of overhead line. Underground infrastructure will be located within private lands and within the public roads numbered n62, r439 and the l70152; will be installed in excavated trenches of approximately 1.2m in depth and will include associated underground ducting, joint bays, communication chamber bays, sheath link boxes and inspection chambers; directional drilling at 1 no. Railway crossing along the n62, and all associated site development and reinstatement works. Overhead infrastructure will consist of 3 no. Powerlines suspended from wooden poles with a maximum height of 16 metres, and all associated site development and reinstatement works. This planning application is accompanied by an environmental impact assessment report (eiar) / environmental impact statement (eis) which includes an assessment of the likely impacts of the proposed development, as a whole and in combination with the relevant off-site or secondary developments which will occur as a direct result of the proposed development, including the wind farm development permitted pursuant to offaly county council planning register reference 14/188 & an bord pleanala reference pl19.244053PL2/18/230 - GALETECH ENERGY DEVELOPMENTS CLOGHAN LIMITED.
Further Information was requested on July 20th.
Significant Further Information was received on 30/11/2018.
The applicant has been requested to publish a notice regarding Significant Further Information on the 13/12/2018.
Significant Further Information was received on 03/01/2019.
The filling of lands with inert waste consisting of concrete, bricks, tiles and ceramics, soil and stones for the purpose of land reclamation and all associated ancillary facilities. The application is accompanied by an Environmental Impact Assessment Report (E.I.A.R.)