Two Dublin 15 schools lodge application for extensions
Two Dublin 15 schools Mary Mother of Hope National School in Littlepace and St. Mochta’s National School in Clonsilla have both lodged planning applications with Fingal County Council planning department.
The application from Mary Mother of Hope is from the Dept. of Education is for ‘Planning permission for a three-storey classroom / toilet accommodation extension to existing school,relocation of existing staff car parking and new all weather playing areaand landscaping’,
In the case of St. Mochta’s school the application from the board of management is for ‘Permission for the provision of a single storey temporary classroom unit of 82m² with associated entrance,ramps and external works.
The application were lodged with Fingal County Council this week.
Speaking on the applications Cllr. Patrick Nulty said “Both applications are a sign that school capacity and facilities improvement must remain on the agenda inDublin15. Significant progress has been made on schools especially with the green light being given to Tyrellstown ET and Mulhuddart NS recently”.
“The building of Luttrelstown Community Collegeremains an integral part of the educational map forDublin15 and I have made the department aware of its importance.
“I hope both applications from Mary Mother of Hope and St. Mochta’s will be processed quickly”.
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