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04-10-2019, 06:06   #46
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Called for snag as well.
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Without a doubt I would get a professional to do this, it was the best money we ever spent. We actually ended up needing a second snag. Happy to pass details if you PM.
How many days did take from the first inspection to finalize all the Snaglist points?
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16-10-2019, 14:26   #48
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https://www.portmarnocksouthphase1c....scape-drawings

Plans for additional development in estate
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16-10-2019, 14:27   #49
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How many days did take from the first inspection to finalize all the Snaglist points?
We did our snag on October 4th and been called for reinspection today
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17-10-2019, 08:09   #50
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I saw this online yesterday - I’m hoping there’s a good coffee shop in the retail space! I was wondering if a creche may appear also as the ones in Portmarnock and nearby are at capacity. Will be interesting to see. Overall plans don’t look too bad - although the Avenue is going to be a busy road as it looks to be the only way in and out.

Hopefully snagging is all done!

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I saw this online yesterday - I’m hoping there’s a good coffee shop in the retail space! I was wondering if a creche may appear also as the ones in Portmarnock and nearby are at capacity. Will be interesting to see. Overall plans don’t look too bad - although the Avenue is going to be a busy road as it looks to be the only way in and out.

Hopefully snagging is all done!
I did not see any mention of creche in plans, i asked about this when putting deposit down and was told as there was some in the area it was not required for planning
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17-10-2019, 12:30   #52
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I did not see any mention of creche in plans, i asked about this when putting deposit down and was told as there was some in the area it was not required for planning
Section on childcare below, apparently they cannot put creche in due to being in the flight path

9.9 Childcare / Community Facility
Having regard to concerns regarding the Outer Public Safety Zone associated with Dublin Airport, we note that the Portmarnock South LAP stipulates that ‘no childcare facilities be provided within the lands’ as a result of this. Specifically, in Section 4.2 of the LAP it states, inter alia, that: -
“As the lands are located within the Outer Public Safety Zone of Dublin Airport, schools and childcare facilities arenotpermitteduseswithintheRA(residential)zoningoftheLAPlands. Childcareandeducationfacilities are also not permitted within the open space zoned lands, therefore these community facilities are not proposed as part of this LAP. Such facilities exist and are proposed within the adjoining areas, which will also need to accommodate the future needs of residents of the plan area.”
Furthermore, the 2003 ERM Report in to developments within the Outer Public Safety Zones states at Table 6.1 of the 2003 ERM Report, there is the possibility to provide a space of ‘limited use’ which has a restriction of no more than 220no. persons per half hectare. That would equate to a restriction of 4.5 people per 100 sq. m of floor area. In addition, the ERM Report clarifies that this must be a space where the use does not exceed (approximately) a maximum of 12 hours in any one week. There would not appear therefore to be an opportunity for a practical, usable community facility in this case in the form of a room within a building. It is however considered that the provision of a medical/health unit within the Local Centre provides a meaningful community facility for locals in the area.
We note that the ERM Report highlights that there is scope within the criteria to accommodate Sunday markets, car boot sales and day fairs. The civic space associated with the small local services centre is capable of accommodating markets or fairs
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Section on childcare below, apparently they cannot put creche in due to being in the flight path
That's quite interesting considering there's two creches under the flight path across from the dart station.
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That's quite interesting considering there's two creches under the flight path across from the dart station.
Exactly what I was thinking - the Kilns and Seabrook have one! Although potentially requirements have tightened so this relates to new only?

Either way, doesn’t look like we’re getting a new one! Thanks for doing the research @whack1983.
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Do those, with a completion date of October, have their keys?.... Just wondering how realistic my Dec completion date is.
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My house is also due for completion by Dec. Looking at it last weekend it looks pretty close but would love to hear from others, fingers crossed as I sold my previous house last week and back living with the folks for a few weeks!
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Anyone with December completions hear any updates yet?

The latest I've gotten is they are just waiting for ESB to connect up the house. The unit is finished and ready for inspection, they are working to complete the final external finishes so that all will be complete at the same time. Here's hoping!
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For the apt /duplex I would have thought the Oct phase would be in my now but I was a little shocked to see how the place looked at the weekend.
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For the apt /duplex I would have thought the Oct phase would be in my now but I was a little shocked to see how the place looked at the weekend.
Me too, I’m now 50/50 that I’ll get in before the end of the year myself.
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We did our snag on October 4th and been called for reinspection today
We are going on Thursday for reinspection and hopefully closing by Friday. Did you have any further snags after your reinspection
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