Green light for €20m Nenagh medical centre
Conditional planning permission has been granted for the development of a €20 million medical centre at Tyone, Nenagh.
Bluemont Developments (Nenagh) Ltd is to provide a healthcare and medical-related development across three blocks on the Nenagh Ormond rugby grounds opposite the hospital.
The plan comprises of a) a three-storey HSE primary care building consisting of treatment rooms, offices, meeting rooms, staff and ancillary rooms, GP doctor surgeries, dental surgery, plant and refuse stores with a plant area also at roof level; b) a single-storey ancillary medical/medicine dispensary unit attached to the primary care building; c) a one-two-storey Tusla and HSE outpatient department building consisting of treatment rooms, offices, meeting rooms, staff and ancillary rooms, ancillary outdoor children's play area to the Tusla building, GP surgery, plant, refuse stores with a plant room at roof level.
The proposed development will also comprise of 250 surface level car parking spaces, 76 surface level bicycle parking spaces, 26 surface level motorcycle parking spaces with access control barriers to parking areas; an ESB substation, street lighting, landscaping, boundary treatment provision of footpath and cycle paths, signage and all associated site development, drainage and engineering works necessary to facilitate the development.
Provision of a new vehicular, pedestrian and cycle access from the R498 Tyone road and the demolition of the existing detached ESB building and rugby club changing rooms, along with all associated structures that are located on the site, is included in the plan.
Tipperary Co Council granted permission subject to 17 conditions on Monday of this week.