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Local Man David McGuinness

David McGuinness representing Dublin 15 on Fingal County Council. Fianna Fail's youngest County Councillor in Ireland.

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Councillor David McGuinness Contested the 2011 General Election alongside Brian Lenihan

David contested the 2011 General Election alongside Brian Lenihan

Councillor David McGuinness Contested the 2011 General Election alongside Brian Lenihan Councillor David McGuinness Contested the 2011 General Election alongside Brian Lenihan

Helping to make our Schools the Best Centres of Education

Councillor David McGuinness honouring his electoral commitment to Education. Seen here serving on County Dublin Vocational Education Committee (V.E.C.). Also serving on Dublin 15 schools: Coolmine Community School, Pobal Scoil Setanta, Luttrellstown Community College and Castleknock Community College

Helping to make our Schools the Best Centres of Education Helping to make our Schools the Best Centres of Education

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Sponsoring Local Clubs in Dublin 15

David commits to continuing his work in supporting local Sports clubs in Dublin West

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Coolmine/Clonsilla Water Restrictions #Dubw

April 16th 2014 | Posted by David

Dear All

A leak has been located in the Coolmine area. The inspector is turning off the water for repairs. It is expected that water will be turned back on by 18.30pm

Areas affected: Clonsilla Park, Clonsilla Close.

We apologise for this disruption to service.

Regards

Ann Egan
Senior Staff Officer
Water Services Department
Fingal County Council
Ann.egan@fingal.ie
018906218

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Castlegrange, Dublin 15, planning application approval will lead to the completion of one of Dublin-15’s few unfinished estates #Dubw

April 2nd 2014 | Posted by David

Fingal County Council have approved a plan to finish Castlegrange near Littlepace, Dublin 15. This comes following an application to the council to alter the existing planning permission for the estate. Full details can be found below.

Castlegrange is a very attractive and well-built housing estate in the fastest growing part of Dublin West. This news will come as welcome news for the residents who currently live their and no longer want to live beside a building site. It will be also be welcomed by the many families who are finding it very difficult to buy homes in the Dublin-15 region.

ENDS

FW14A/0008

GRANT PERMISSION

Decision Date: 27-Mar-2014

Applicant:
E & J Lynam Properties Ltd

Location:
Castlegrange Development, Hansfield Road, Castaheaney, Dublin 15

Proposed Development:
Permission is sought to amend previously permitted development Reg Ref FW10A/0166 forming part of the Castlegrange Development permitted under reg ref no. F01A/0868 and F06A/0025. Amendments are proposed to the permitted site layout, residential mix and house types at the following locations;
1/ Castlegrange Avenue at 2 no. locations (sites 13-23 & 40-46) comprising in total the omission of 10 no. terraced and semi detached 2 storey houses and the provision of 8 no. 2 storey houses, comprising 2 no. 4 bedroom detached , 2 no. 4 bedroom semi-detached and 4 no. 3 bedroom semi-detached houses;
2/ Castlegrange Court (sites 13-47) comprising the omission of 18 no. 2 and 3 bedroom terraced and semi-detached 2 storey houses and the provision of 16 no. 2 storey 3 bedroom semi-detached houses. Amendments are also proposed to 10 no. 2 bed apartments and 10 no 3 bed duplex units within block 5 comprising increased floor areas, revised layouts and all associated elevational treatments.
3/ Castlegrange Court / Castlegrange Lawn comprising the omission of Apartment / Duplex Block 6 & associated perking and replacing with 7 no. 2 storey houses, including 1 no. 3 bedroom detached and 6 no. 3 bedroom semi-detached houses,
4/ Castlegrange Dale (sites 34-40) comprising the omission of 4 no.2 storey terraced houses and replacement with 3 no. 2 storey houses, including 1 no. 4 bedroom detached and 2 no. 3 bedroom semi-detached houses. Alterations are also proposed to approved layout and site boundaries of adjoining semi-detached dwellings at sites 1-11among Castlegrange Lawn including a change of 3 bedroom House Type at Site 11. All of above proposed with amendments to permitted site development works and on curtilage / surface car parking on a 3.3 hectare site with access from the completed Castlegrange Development and from Hansfield Road, Castaheany, Dublin 15.

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IBM in Dublin West Developing Office, Call Centre, business continuity and recovery and science and technology Work #Dubw

April 2nd 2014 | Posted by David

IBM is a major employer in Dublin 15 and today’s planning permission for changing the use of their facilities in Mulhuddart shows a commitment, from the the company to Ireland and Dublin, that will sustain business activity into the future.

Please find a full description of today’s announcement below:

FW14A/0010

GRANT PERMISSION

Decision Date: 28-Mar-2014

Applicant:
IBM Ireland PDL

Location:
IBM Technology Campus, Damastown Industrial Park, Mulhuddart, Dublin 15

Proposed Development:
Planning permission is being sought for the change of use of 1,449m² ground floor space of existing 5,975m² Server Building to Manufacturing, Testing, Warehouse and Office Facility from Manufacturing Facility use to Office, Call Centre, business continuity and recovery and science and technology use, which will incorporate the extension of the existing Canteen facility and will include the construction of associated service penetrations through the existing roof; together with the change of use of 235m² ground floor space of existing 14,564m² Serving Building 3 manufacturing, testing, warehouse and office facility from manufacturing facility use to office, call centre, business continuity and recovery, and science and technology use; all at IBM Technology Campus.

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Alexion Pharma Planning-Permission Details Released ahead of Tomorrow’s Official Launch in Ireland #DubW

April 2nd 2014 | Posted by David

Alexion have committed to Building a brand new, state of the art, Pharma Plant in West Dublin. This investment will lead to hundreds of new jobs and significant revenue source for both Ireland and Fingal County Council.

Full detail can be seen below:

FW14A/0020

GRANT PERMISSION

Decision Date: 28-Mar-2014

Applicant:
Alexion Pharma International Trading Ltd

Location:
College Business & Technology Park, Snugborough Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15

Proposed Development:
Construction of a 5 storey office building and roof top plant room, QC laboratories, packaging / warehouse, utility building and spine corridor on a 16.8 hectare site. Permission is also sought for ancillary buildings and structures including - ESB substation, security hut, sprinkler tank and pump house, internal road network and yards, external plant and equipment including generators and cooling towers, 278 No. car parking spaces, 12 No. motorcycle spaces, 76 No. bicycle parking space, re-grading of the site, perimeter fencing, gates, traffic barriers, hard and soft landscaping, smoking shelter, rainwater attenuation pond, flagpoles, site and building signage. There will be a new entrance for construction and emergency access to the Cruiserath Road. An EIS (Environmental Impact Statement) will be submitted with this application.