South Dublin residents are objecting to a 15-metre mast being placed near to their properties on Glenageary Road Upper.
Local resident Cliona Carroll said: It is a complete abuse of authority for DLRCOCO to adopt the approach they have in the placement of this mast when all that is required is to choose a site along Glenageary road Upper with open space behind it or high walls of which there are a few to choose from.
“The licence utilised for mast placement is a ‘Temporary Street Furniture Licence’ meaning there is no public notification or planning ad placed by the council to engage with the community, which is completely unfair.”
An appeal on this matter with An Bord Pleanala is currently pending.
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