PROTECTED STRUCTURE: The proposed development shall comprise the following: (1) Demolition of existing Park Shopping Centre and nos. 42-45 Prussia Street, Dublin 7 and creation of portal openings in the former boundary wall (Protected Structure). (2) Construction of new District Shopping Centre to comprise part-licensed supermarket, retail/non-retail service units, licensed restaurants and medical clinic. The District Centre Development will accommodate: Two vehicular entrances from Prussia Street to access deliveries and services (south entrance) and to access undercroft/surface car parking for 117 cars and light van deliveries (north entrance); Areas for deliveries, waste collection in designated service yards (south service yard) and the parking of cars (northern undercroft) and bicycles; All associated ancillary facilities, landscaping and boundary treatments including acoustic attenuation measures where required. (3) Construction of student residential accommodation overhead the district centre buildings (15 no. student houses accommodating 105 no. student residential units and 541 bedspaces) in two buildings ranging from 2 to 6 storeys over ground floor commercial north side and 4 to 6 storeys over ground floor commercial south side of a new pedestrian and bicycle street connecting Prussia Street to the Grangegorman SDZ. The buildings range in height from two-storey over retail (3-storeys) near the existing northern, western and southern boundaries-nearest to Prussia Street-to six-storey over retail (7-storeys) and four-storey over retail (5-storeys) along the new street extending towards the Grangegorman SDZ campus. The northern building comprises the major part of the student residential accommodation with reception and offices at ground floor level and a first floor level podium garden from which 8 houses of student apartments and various student amenity areas (to include a study centre, a recreation centre, a fitness centre and laundry) are directly accessible. The southern building comprises the minor part of the student residential accommodation with ground floor level foyer and staff accommodation and a first floor level podium garden from which 4 houses of student apartments, 2 graduate townhouses and various student amenity areas (to include a study centre and laundry) are directly accessible. The proposed new street establishes a new urban plaza designed to provide an appropriate contemporary setting for Jameson House (Protected Structure, located on the opposite side of Prussia Street) and requires insertion of a portal connection though a former boundary wall (Protected Structure) into the development permitted under the approved Grangegorman SDZ Planning Scheme 2012, linking to the permitted Public Realm and Site Infrastructure (DCC Ref. 3373/12), being developed under the auspices of GDA as Development Agency. The new street continues through the portal, with 2 student houses accessed from the street. The development includes upper level balconies/terraces addressing Prussia Street and the new street.
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