Planning to adjust boundary of Moville house refused


An Bord Pleanála say extension would endanger public safety near pier


AN BORD Pleanála has refused planning permission for the extension of a boundary at a newly refurbished house at Moville Pier, with the planning authority saying it would block access to the area and endanger public safety at the water’s edge.

Donegal County Council had granted planning permission to Wendy Tweed, care of Dedalus Architecture of Bath Terrace, Main Street, Moville, for the redevelopment of the former ‘Hair o’ the Dog’ bar from a licenced premises to a single two storey three bedroom house.

However following an appeal led by the Foyle Rowing Club, An Bord Pleanála refused permission to extend the boundary to the front and the east of the building.

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