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Green light for the Green Bar

Friday, 31st July, 2020 8:59am
Green light for the Green Bar
Green light for the Green Bar

Tipperary Co Council has granted planning permission for new development works at Borrisokane's Green Bar, which celebrated 100 years as a pub in the same family in 2018.


Robert Bourke, whose family acquired the bar last December, has received permission for the replacement of all existing windows to the south east and south west elevations and the removal of the existing aluminium front door and shop front. Construction of a new porch and an extension to the new shopfront is planned, with openable, retractable windows at ground floor level.


The development is to also consist of a new external paved seating area with screening/windbreaks, new signage and bollards to the south east of the site, attached to the front facade. Retractable automated awnings to the south west elevation were proposed at ground floor level.

 

Also proposed was a new food and beverage van located on the south east elevation, inclusive of all associated site works.

The council granted conditional planning permission on July 17th.

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