Applications will be received up until twenty-one (21) days prior to each month’s committee meeting.
The committee normally meets on the second Tuesday of each month except January when there is no meeting.
All applications for Planning Approval must contain the following:
1. A completed Town Planning Application & Fees as detailed in the attached signed by the landowner or a party acting with written authority from the landowner. The relevant (Local Government Planning Fees) Regulations 2000 Schedule Of Fees are attached to the Town Planning Application.
2. A written explanation of the proposal that expands on the information contained in the Application for Approval Form.
3. A. Site Plans in triplicate with at least 1 set of drawings on A3, and drawn to scale (not less than 1:200), providing details with respect to the following (unless the Council waives any requirement):
3B. Plans for Development (Scale: 1:100) to include the following:
3C. Other plans or information such as:
The process through which your application goes will depend on the size, type and complexity of the proposal.
All applications will initially go to the Manager of Development Services where an assessment will be undertaken to determine whether it can be approved by under delegated authority or, if it has to be determined by Council.
What to do if you are aggrieved by a decision of the council?
Should you be aggrieved by any part of a decision, in respect of the exercise of a discretionary power, there is a right of appeal to apply to the State Administrative Tribunal for a review of the decision in accordance with the Planning and Development Act, 2005 (as amended) and any rules or regulations made pursuant to the Act.
Such an appeal must be lodged within 28 days of the date of this decision.