Friday August 7, 2020

Children's Hospital: why planning was refused

An Bord Pleanala posted on its website the following explanation for its refusal of planning permission for the proposed new Children's Hospital:

23rd February, 2012
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" a profound negative impact on the appearance and visual amenity of the city skyline. "

An Bord Pleanala posted on its website the following explanation for its refusal of planning permission for the proposed new Children's Hospital:

The proposed Children’s Hospital of Ireland, by its nature, requires a substantial floor area, in excess of 100,000 square metres, to accommodate the operational needs of the hospital.

However, the footprint afforded to the proposed development on the Mater Campus, (circa 2 hectares), has resulted in a proposal for a very significant...

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