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Material Contravention - Kildare County Development Plan

KILDARE COUNTY COUNCIL

PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT ACTS 2000-2012

MATERIAL CONTRAVENTION OF KILDARE COUNTY DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2011-2017

Reference Number in Register 13/480

Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 34 (6) of the Planning & Development Acts 2000-2012 that Kildare County Council intends to consider deciding to grant permission to Kildare Vocational Educational Committee for a development proposed under Planning reference 13/480 for planning permission at Piper’s Hill, Kilashee, Naas, Co. Kildare. The development applied for is a new split-level school building of c. 1041sqm, with 6 classrooms, library, GP hall, toilet facilities and ancillary facilities. The development will also include a new vehicular access road to the proposed school from the existing campus road, revised car park arrangement, set down, turning area and all other associated site works.The development would contravene materially the zoning objective NE9: Agricultural Purposes of the Kildare County Development Plan 2011-2017 which states:

The purpose of this zoning is to ensure the retention of agricultural uses and protect them from urban sprawl and ribbon development. Uses which are directly associated with agriculture or which would not interfere with this use are open for consideration. This includes limited housing for members of landowners’ families or persons who can demonstrate a need to live in the agriculture zone.

Particulars of the development may be inspected at the offices of the Planning Department of Kildare County Council, Aras Chill Dara, Devoy Park, at the address below, during office hours (9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m., Monday to Friday). Any submission or observation regarding the making of a decision to grant permission received not later than 5.00 p.m. on the 15 November 2013 will be duly considered by the Planning Authority.

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