PROTECTED STRUCTURE: Permission for a hotel development on Lands off Clonliffe Road (formerly part of the Holy Cross College Lands), Clonliffe Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 3. The subject site encompasses an area of 0.51 hectares. The development will consist of: the construction of a 8.55m – 24.05m (above ground level) part -2 to part -7 storey 8,485 sq.m. hotel building comprising: (i) a lobby, bar/restaurant, kitchen and staff facilities at ground floor level; (ii) ancillary meeting room facilities including a breakout area and office, at first floor level and a gym; (iii) 200 – bedrooms arranged over floors 1-6; and (iv) plant room, lift overrun, green roof and 19 no. photovoltaic panels enclosed by 3m screen at roof level. The hotel is served by 38 no. car parking spaces (including 2 no. universally accessible spaces), 2 no. motorcycle spaces and 28 no. bicycle spaces accessed via a new vehicular and pedestrian entrance from within the Clonliffe College lands to the northern boundary of the site which includes a turning circle for coaches. The development also includes the demolition of the existing boundary wall, repositioning of the gate piers and widening of the entrance on Clonliffe Road to facilitate two-way traffic, the creation of 2 no. pedestrian accesses off Clonliffe Road, and the construction of a replacement plinth boundary wall with railings along Clonliffe Road, landscaping, boundary treatments, street lighting, SuDS drainage, piped and other services, and all ancillary site development works necessary to facilitate the development (including the alteration of site levels and the upgrade of the proposed entrance from Clonliffe Road to include a pedestrian crossing and traffic lights). The development to be applied for is within the Holy Cross College landholding which includes a number of buildings on the Dublin City Council record of protected structures, including the following: the main College Building (1863): Holy Cross Church; the South Link Building; the Ambulatory; the Assembly Hall and the Red House, ref. 1901 and 1902 respectively, all at the Clonliffe College lands, Clonliffe Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 3.
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