The development will consist of demolition of the existing building (c.960sqm) and hard surface parking area on-site and construction of a purpose-built student accommodation development (including use as tourist or visitor accommodation outside the academic term) comprising;
• 239 no. student bed spaces (including 10 no. studios), all within a part 4 no. the storey, part 6 no. storey ‘U’-Shaped building (total gross floor area 6,620sqm);
• The building is 4 storeys along the southern boundary (with roof terraces at 4th-floor level) and part 5 and 6 storeys along Goatstown Road (with setbacks) and boundary to the north (with roof terrace at 5th-floor level fronting onto Goatstown Road);
• Amenity space equating to c. 2,061 sqm is provided across the site consisting of c. 1,554 sqm of external amenity in the form of a central courtyard at ground level and roof terraces at 4th and 5th-floor levels;
• Internal amenity space equating to c. 507 sqm is provided in the form of 2 no. ground floor lounge/study areas, kitchen/tearoom, laundry, and concierge/office space;
• Provision of 188 no. bicycle parking spaces distributed at 2 no. locations within the central courtyard (stacked parking with glass roof cover) and adjacent to the front boundary (north);
• Provision for 6 no. car parking spaces comprising 2 no. disabled parking spaces and 4 no. setdown parking spaces adjacent to the front entrance to the site;
• Vehicular access to the site is via Goatstown Road from 2 no. entrance points [reduction from 3 no. entrances currently];
• Ancillary single storey ESB substation and switch room and refuse store is provided at ground level;
• Provision of surface water and underground attenuation and all ancillary site development works including site-wide landscaping works, planting and boundary treatments(including removal of existing planting on Goatstown Road) as well as provision of footpaths, lighting and cycle paths.
The application contains a statement setting out how the proposal will be consistent with the objectives of the relevant development plan (Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Dublin Development Plan 2016-2022 & Goatstown Local Area Plan 2012 – Extended until 2022). The application contains a statement indicating why permission should be granted for the proposed development, having regard to a consideration specified in section 37(2)(b) of the Planning and Development Act, 2000, as amended, notwithstanding that the proposed development materially contravenes a relevant development plan or local area plan other than in relation to the zoning of the land. The application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, during public opening hours at the offices of An Bord Pleanála and Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council.

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