Planning application details ref: 161012 Clare County Council

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Planning Application: 161012 (Clare County Council )
File Number: 161012
Application Type: PERMISSION Planning Status: APPEALED
Received Date: 22/12/2016 Decision Due Date: 21/12/2017
Validated Date: 22/12/2016 Invalidated Date:
Further Info Requested: 23/02/2017 Further Info Received: 24/10/2017
Withdrawn Date: Extend Date:
Decision Type: Conditional Decision Date: 21/12/2017
Leave to Appeal: Appeal Date: 29/12/2017
Commenced Date: Submissions By: 30/11/2017

Applicant Details

Applicant name: TIGL Ireland Enterprises Ltd
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Applicant Details


Proposed Development

Development Description: for development which will comprise of coastal erosion management works at, and adjacent to, Carrowmore Dunes, White Strand, Doughmore Bay and Trump International Golf Links and Hotel, Doonbeg, Co. Clare. The development includes the provision of two new protection structures at the dunes. The construction/development will include excavation of existing sand, the use of sheet piling backstops with soil nailing, geotextile underlay, armourstone protection to the sheet piles with sand and cobbles currently on the beach being used to form a dune profile over a distance of 609 metres (626m curved length with additional revetment overrun) approximately at the southern end of Doughmore Bay, adjacent to and west of the Trump International Golf Hotel. The works will be over a distance of 256 metres (257m curved length with additional revetment overrun) approximately at the northern end of Doughmore Bay, west of the golf course. The storage of the excavated sand on site as part of ongoing replenishment and future site management is also proposed. In a seaward-landward direction the overall extent of the revetment structure will be approximately 12 metres seaward of the existing general dune face with additional underlayers and engineering works. The final structure will be screened from view. Also included as part of the development are enabling works; ancillary construction works and compound; public car park; ongoing access to the beach throughout the construction programme and beyond. An Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Natura Impact Statement (NIS) accompanies this planning application
Development Address: Carrowmore/Whitestrand/Doughmore, Doonbeg, Co. Clare
Architect Name: Location Key: DOONBEG
Electoral Division: Planner: Gareth Ruane
Social Housing Exempt: Plan Enforcement #:
IPC Licence Required: No Waste Licence Required: No
Protected Structure: No Protected Structure #:
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Proposed Development


Comments

Significant Case Flag: Comments: Further Information deemed a full response and significant

Decision

Decision Date: 21/12/2017 Manager Order: 74281
Decision Type: Conditional Number of Conditions: 9
Grant Date: Grant Managers Order #:
Section 47 Apply?: Part 5 Apply?:
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Decision Description: for development which will comprise of coastal erosion management works at, and adjacent to, Carrowmore Dunes, White Strand, Doughmore Bay and Trump International Golf Links and Hotel, Doonbeg, Co. Clare. The development includes the provision of two new protection structures at the dunes. The construction/development will include excavation of existing sand, the use of sheet piling backstops with soil nailing, geotextile underlay, armourstone protection to the sheet piles with sand and cobbles currently on the beach being used to form a dune profile over a distance of 609 metres (626m curved length with additional revetment overrun) approximately at the southern end of Doughmore Bay, adjacent to and west of the Trump International Golf Hotel. The works will be over a distance of 256 metres (257m curved length with additional revetment overrun) approximately at the northern end of Doughmore Bay, west of the golf course. The storage of the excavated sand on site as part of ongoing replenishment and future site management is also proposed. In a seaward-landward direction the overall extent of the revetment structure will be approximately 12 metres seaward of the existing general dune face with additional underlayers and engineering works. The final structure will be screened from view. Also included as part of the development are enabling works; ancillary construction works and compound; public car park; ongoing access to the beach throughout the construction programme and beyond. An Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Natura Impact Statement (NIS) accompanies this planning application

Appeal Details


Appeal Details
Notification Date: 02/01/2018 BP Reference #:
Appeal Type: THIRD PARTY File Forward Date:
Submission Due Date: 29/01/2018 Submission Sent Date:
Appeal Decision: Decision Date:
Withdrawn Date: Dismissed Date:
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