10 year planning permission is sought for the proposed development which will consist of 1. Reuse and integration of parts of the existing structure on site into the proposed development including retaining walls, slab and foundations as constructed and permitted under a previous planning permission for a shopping centre (04/3700, 06/3211 & 07/1024); 2. construction of a mixed use residential, commercial and community development; 3. provision of a 1.12 ha public park with walkways, associated parking; and 4. ancillary site works. The mixed-use development comprises (i) 245 no. residential units across a range of building blocks ranging in height from three stories to fourteen stories including 122 no. duplex units and 123 no. apartments comprising 76 no. 1 bed units; 127 no. 2 bed units; and 42 no. 3 bed units; (ii) 4 no. four storey office blocks over basement car parking with a max floor area of 12,262sqm; (iii) 152 no. bed hotel over four stories with two levels of basement car parking and ancillary services including associated café/ bar with a max floor area of 5,012sqm; (iv) 1 no. two storey commercial building with a max floor area of 694 sqm and a substation of 33 sqm and provision for 2 no. restaurants with provision of hot food for consumption off the premises and drive thru facilities; (v) 1 no. petrol filling station with retail sales area not exceeding 100sqm and associated food sales sit down area; (vi) 1 no. three storey community building with a gross floor area of 2,103sqm providing for crèche, community facilities building and a multi-use games area (MUGA) facility. A public park of 1.12 ha and associated parking is to be provided as part of the development. Site works includes surface & basement car parking, ESB substations, pumping station, signage, attenuation tank, landscaping and ancillary site development works. The site will be accessed via the existing access and roundabout arrangement to the Parkway Retail Park with improvements to the R445 adjacent to the site. A pedestrian and cycle links is also provided to the boundary of the adjoining residential development to the west of the site (Chesterfield Grove/Castletroy View). Demolition works do not form part of the planning application as the works are being undertaken separately in response to a Section 11 Notice issued under the Derelict Sites Act 1990. An Environmental Impact Assessment Report (EIAR) & Natura Impact Statement (NIS) accompanies this planning application.

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