Sunday 18 February 2024

Hozier unlikely to obtain planning permission for new guest accommodation at Wicklow home

Trying to obtain planning permission for development at your home can arise for any property owner not just Hozier. Call BPS to discuss if you have any such issues.

One of the country’s most popular music stars, Hozier is singing the blues after Council planners have told him that planned new guest accommodation at his Co Wicklow period property falls foul of planning rules. 

Last year, Hozier, whose full name is Andrew Hozier Byrne, lodged plans to construct ancillary accommodation to his main Oldfort home near Newcastle, Co Wicklow comprising a two bed, two storey detached guest lodge and gym and an adjacent double and single height structure with pitched and flat roofs, for a recreation space. Hozier has previously secured planning permission from the Council for a basement swimming pool and modern grass roof extension for the home that he purchased for €780,000. However, in a letter to the multi-award winning Take Me To Church singer-songwriter requesting revised plans and new reports, the Council has told him that it is unlikely to grant planning permission for the guest lodge.

Read the full article @ The Irish Independent

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