LAW: Location: A vacant site bounded by Lower Dominick Street to the West, the relocated Dominick Place to the North, Parnell Street to the South and Dominick Place to the East, Dublin 1. Proposal: Pursuant to the requirements of the above, notice is hereby given of the intention to construct a mixed use development on a site at Lower Dominick Street comprising 72 no. dwellings, as follows: 5 no 3-bedroom townhouses, accessed directly from Dominick Place, with private rear gardens; 4 no. 2-bedroom and 4 no. 1-bedroom apartments with associated balconies and roof terraces in a 5-6 storey corner building at the junction of Parnell Street and Lower Dominick Street with commercial use on the ground floor; 5 no. 3-bedroom, 46 no. 2-bedroom and 8 no. 1-bedroom apartments, in a 6-storey block with a community centre and commercial space on the ground floor and associated private balconies and terraces overlooking Lower Dominick Street and the residential courtyard with landscaped gardens at first floor level; a basement car-park with 48 no. car-parking spaces, cycle parking and ancillary accommodation accessed from Dominick Place to the east of the site; paving works on the Lower Dominick Street frontage and the completion and surfacing of the new road in Dominick Place.
The Council invites Expressions of Interest for the Works Contract for a mixed use development in Dominick Street Lower on a cleared brownfield inner city site, adjoining neighbouring buildings, public roads and the LUAS, which must remain operational during the Works.
The development will be an exemplar for apartment living and social housing in the city, built and finished to the highest quality and standards of materials and workmanship.
It will comprise the following: 5 no. townhouses, 67 no. apartments on five upper floor levels over ground floor commercial and community uses, a basement car park, a community garden at first floor level and public realm and pavement works in Dominick Street and Dominick Place.
A piling solution is proposed for the site perimeter and the foundations of the corner building.
There are extensive Georgian basements, requiring archaeological resolution /recording, prior to excavation and removal and the Works Contractor will be required to retain a licensed Archaeologist to undertake the Archaeological Works as part of the Works Contract.
The development has been designed to meet Near Zero Energy Building Standards (NZEB), adopting a fabric first approach, air tight construction, demand control ventilation and utilising heat pump technologies for space heating and domestic hot water and with additional solar photovoltaic panels as part of the renewable component.
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