Wednesday, 15 December 1971
Dáil Eireann Debate
Dr. Byrne: asked the Minister for Local Government whether a person (name supplied) was refused permission by his Department to open a fish and chip shop and what steps his Department intend to take in this matter.
Minister for Local Government (Mr. Molloy): On the 24th November, 1971, planning permission was refused by me on appeal for the construction of a preparation room in connection with the sale of fried fish and chips and for the alteration to a shop front on the site referred to by the Deputy. The reason for refusal was that the proposed development would seriously injure the amenities of residential property in the vicinity by reason of the noise, disturbance, and odours which would be associated with it.
Mr. M. O'Leary: May I have your permission to raise on the Adjournment the question of whether the Taoiseach proposes to make an inquiry into the circumstances of the shooting of a young boy in Coalisland this morning?
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