Permission sought for a residential development at a site measuring approximately 6.57ha. The development will consist of the construction of 367 no. New residential dwellings, comprising
190 no. Apartments arranged in 4 blocks, ranging in height between
4- to 5-storeys in height (comprising 15 x 1-bed units and 175 x 2-bed units):
24 no. Duplex units (comprising 12 x 2-bed units and 12 x 3-bed units);
60 no. Triplex units (comprising 40 x 2-bed units and 20 x 3-bed units)
Also, 93 no. 4 bedroom houses (comprising a mix of detached, semi-detached, and terraced house types) together with a childcare facility with a floor space of 233 sqm (GFA) and ancillary open space.
The proposed development includes for all associated infrastructural works to include the part delivery of the cherrywood sdz planning scheme`s druid`s glen distributor road (also known as q to p3), measuring approximately 390m in length to include the construction/completion of the part approved 3-span bridge (Option 1) over the Cabinteely Stream under Planning Ref. DZ16A/0587 (ABP Ref. PL06D.247915) immediately adjoining the application site to the east.
The development will also include the construction of: ancillary waste storage facilities; ancillary waste recycling collection area; associated car parking (total of 607 no. car parking spaces, comprising 218 spaces at basement level and 389 surface level spaces (including 6 no. ancillary car parking spaces in connection with the childcare facility)); bicycle parking spaces (total of 300 no. cycle parking spaces, comprising 202 basement level spaces and 98 surface level spaces); a number of ancillary public open spaces; provision of boundary treatments; lighting; associated hard and soft landscaping (including changes in site levels and playground provision);
Associated infrastructural and site development works above and below ground (including 2 no. permanent water attenuation ponds and 1 no. temporary attenuation pond).
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