Louise Duffy and her husband Paul Galvin have won their battle to expand their property in south Dublin. Local residents had objected to their expansion.
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An Bord Pleanála rejected an appeal by a group of “concerned residents” in Ranelagh against last year’s decision by Dublin City Council to approve the application by the couple to build an extra storey on top of their bungalow home. Ms Duffy and Mr Galvin want to create new first-floor accommodation comprising three bedrooms to cater for their growing family.
A group of local residents that objected to this said;
“an ongoing negative impact resulting from a considerable reduction in daylight and sunlight for nearby residents.”
Another win for the Kingdom..