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Permission Sought To Demolish Cork's Lakelands Bar Building And Construct Mixed-Use Development On Its Site

By Dave Simpson

Dooneen Property Developments has applied for planning permission to demolish the 12,000 square foot former Lakelands bar building in Mahon in Cork and construct a mixed-use development on its site.

As reported by The Irish Examiner, Dooneen Property Developments wants to construct 39 apartments and three retail units, totalling 7,000 square feet, on the site that is currently occupied by the Lakelands bar building.

The proposed apartments would be in a single block that would be three to five storeys in height.

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Dooneen's plans also include 76 bicycle parking spaces and a pedestrian crossing.

Derelict And Market Value

The Lakelands bar site is currently listed by Cork City Council as being derelict, with a €660,000 market value.

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