Permission for a seven year planning permission. The site is located to the south west of Ballyogan Road, to the south east of the Elmfield and Castle Court residential developments and to the north west of the ESB Carrickmines electrical Transformer Station. The proposal is for a residential development of 410 no. residential units and a childcare facility of 339 sqm (ground floor of apartment Block F) and includes vehicular access from Ballyogan Road, all associated site and infrastructural works on a site area of approximately 13.63 hectares. The residential component of the development consists of 190 no. houses and 220 no. apartments, to be provided as follows: 25 no. 3 bed two storey terraced houses (11 no. Type B1 and 14 no. Type B2); 66 no. 4 bed three storey terraced houses (Type C1); 52 no. 3 bed two storey terraced houses (Type C2); 20 no. 4 bed two storey terraced houses (Type C3 (Option A or B)); 20 no. 4 bed three storey terraced houses (Type D1); 7 no. 3 bed two storey terraced houses (Type D2); 9 no. apartment blocks (E1-E7, F and G) of five storeys in height (four storeys plus a penthouse level), containing 44 no. 1 bed apartments and 176 no. 2 bed apartments. Six no. bin and cycle storage sheds (5 no. type BSA1 and 1 no. type BSA2) are proposed for apartment blocks E1, E4-E7 and G and double and single bin stores are proposed for the houses. Five no. electricity sub-stations are proposed across the site. The associated site and infrastructural works includes foul and surface water drainage, flood compensatory works within the proposed Clay Farm Valley Park, 713 no. surface and basement (apartment blocks E2 and E3) car parking spaces, 342 no. cycle parking spaces, public open space measuring c.6.4 hectares, landscaping, boundary walls and fences, internal roads, cycle paths and footpaths. In addition to the main vehicular access from Ballyogan Road (which will be the first phase of the eastern section of the new local distributor road serving these and adjoining undeveloped lands), 2 no. pedestrian/cycle access points and an emergency access/exit are provided from Ballyogan Road. A pedestrian/cycle access is proposed to connect to Castle Court to the north west and the potential for a future vehicular access to Castle Court/Elmfield (part of the Loop Distributor Road) can also be catered for. The proposed development site includes, but does not directly affect, the possible linear earthworks (DU026-087), a Recorded Monument within the Valley Park. An Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) will be submitted to the Planning Authority with the planning application.
Commencement 22/06/2017: 59 Dwellings
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