The Minister for Education & Skills intends to apply for planning permission for development on a 2.11 ha site approximately at Roslyn Park, Beach Road, Sandymount, Dublin 4. (Roslyn Park House, also known as the Gandon Villa, is a Protected Structure – see RPS Ref. No. 496). The development, which will comprise a new educational campus, delivered on a phased basis, will include the phased demolition/removal of the existing educational/institutional buildings on the site including the two storey Roslyn College, the link element between the two storey rear extension to Roslyn Park House and Roslyn College, the two storey Sandymount Park House and the existing temporary accommodation to the rear of Sandymount Park House. The development will consist of the provision of 1 no. two storey over basement 24 classroom primary school (Shellybanks Educate Together National School: Roll No. 20441S) with a gross floor area of 3,830 sq m, including all ancillary teacher and pupil facilities, and 1 no. part-three storey over double basement 1,000 no. pupil post-primary school (Sandymount Park Educate Together Secondary School: Roll No. 68305F), which will include the part of the site currently occupied by the temporary school as permitted under An Bord Pleanala Ref: ABP-300989-18; Dublin City Council Reg. Ref. 4023/17, with a gross floor area of 11,116 sq m, including all ancillary teacher and pupil facilities; the re-configuration and revision of the existing internal layout of the rear extension of Roslyn Park House for educational and related administrative uses and the refurbishment and upgrade of the existing vacant building at No. 12 Seafort Avenue for educational and related uses. Vehicular access to the site will be from the widened Newgrove Avenue entrance (as previously permitted under An Bord Pleanala Ref: ABP-300989-18; Dublin City Council Reg. Ref. 4023/17) with egress onto Beach Road by way of a one-way system through the campus. Pedestrian and cycle access to the site will be from Newgrove Avenue, Seafort Avenue and Beach Road. The development will include the provision of bicycle and scooter parking; hard and soft play areas (including rooftop area); piped infrastructure and ducting; plant; landscaping and boundary treatments; PV panels; external courtyards; disabled car parking spaces; ESB substation and 2 no. substation access doors to the site boundary wall on Newgrove Avenue; privacy screens; ancillary ramps and stairs; signage; attenuation tank; changes in level and all associated site development and excavation works above and below ground.
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