• DPC clears Forbes 1848 project, despite objections

    DPC clears Forbes 1848 project, despite objections0

    The Development and Planning Commission yesterday granted full planning permission to the Forbes 1848 project on Devil’s Tower Road, prompting an angry outburst from an objector who accused its members of making “a mockery” of the process. The 16-storey multi-use development on the ex-Ready Mix Site was approved following a vote of the 10 DPC

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  • DPC clears ‘bold and cool’ Devil’s Tongue development

    DPC clears ‘bold and cool’ Devil’s Tongue development0

    Outline planning permission for the mixed use 19-storey development at Devil’s Tongue Queensway was granted yesterday, with seven members of the Development and Planning Commission giving the project the green light. One member opposed the scheme and two abstained. During yesterday’s meeting of the DPC both the applicant, Hepta Limited, and the architect, WSRM Architects,

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  • Petrol station project cleared

    Petrol station project cleared0

    A range of projects gained approval at Wednesday’s meeting of the Development and Planning Commission, which was held in the freshly refurbished Charles Hunt room of the John Mackintosh Hall. These projects include the new Cepsa petrol station at British Lines Road. The petrol station is set to replace the present one on Winston Churchill

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