Attention Balrothery Village Residents & Community
One of the objectives of the 2015 Balrothery Community Council is to make observations on all planning applications that concern Balrothery Village. We need to ensure our Village is provided with all amenities, infrastructure upgrades and community projects in line with development. Since none of these were provided since the last major building development boom we cannot allow further development continue unchecked. It is incumbent on the community to make observations on all future developments. We invite all concerned members and organisations within the community to make observations on all planning application to ensure they progress in line with the needs of the village.
Balrothery Community Council have prepared a template which can be used to make observations and is available to download click here….
Information is also available on the Citizens Information Website. http://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/housing/planning_permission/commenting_on_planning_application.html
All applications will be listed here: http://www.fingalcoco.ie/planning-and-buildings/apply-or-search-for-a-planning-application/search-planning-applications-online/
Currently there is planning being sought for Construction of 42 no. two storey dwellings (12 no. semi-detached three bedroom Darcystown, Balrothery, Co. Dublin. Ref F14A/0488
Submissions/Observations to this application may be made on or before 14-Jan-2015
Observations can be made using the template available on www.balrothery.com and must be delivered to Fingal County Council on or before 14-Jan-2015 along with a €20 fee.
Individuals or groups can make submissions e.g. several residents can make a combined submission and share the cost.
Submissions can be dropped into The Balrothery Inn with fee attached before Monday 12th for hand delivery.
Submissions can also be made online by creating an account with Fingal CC
It is of upmost importance that concerned residents act to ensure the Village of Balrothery have all the amenities, infrastructure upgrades and community projects they were promised during the last tranche of Developments and new plans need to be initiated before further development continues.
Balrothery Community Council.