A residents’ group living near Dublin Airport has lodged a planning appeal which, if successful, could result in the demolition of a €22 million passenger boarding facility, which opened only two years ago. The St Margaret’s/the Ward Residents’ Group is challenging a recent decision of Fingal County Council to omit a condition contained in the original grant of planning permission for the building. The condition stipulated that the permission was only for a seven-year period after which the building would be removed in its entirety and reinstated to its former position. The single-storey building, which was completed in October 2017, provides waiting and boarding areas for passengers.
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