Planning permission for a mixed-use development including residential and commercial uses on a site which extends to 3,848 sqm at Chancery Lane and Ship Street Great, Dublin 8. The site is bounded by the Chief State Solicitors Office building to the north, by Ship Street Great to the east, to the south by the exiting Radisson Hotel and commercial buildings; and to the west by Chancery Lane. The application site forms part of a larger landholding which includes land immediately adjacent to the proposed site which is currently under consideration by the Planning Authority under planning application Reg. Ref. 2962/16. The development comprises of the demolition of all existing structures on site and the construction of a mixed-use development with a total gross floor area of 17,084 sqm and up to a height of 20 metres (31.250m OD). The development includes the construction of: 1. A 6-storey, mixed use development ranging in height from 5 residential storeys over commercial ground floor onto Chancery Lane and the new Le Pole Square, with 4 residential storeys over 2 floors of commercial development facing onto Ship Street Great. 2. A new pedestrian street running west to east between Chancery Lane and Ship Street Great and the creation of a heritage open space at La Pole Square which will be open to the public during designated hours. 3. A convention centre over two storeys with associated back up servicing, break-out spaces, and pre-conference facilities. The main conference hall which extends to 818 sqm is supported by a pre-conference lobby which extends to 936 sqm including circulation, reception, bar area, cloaks, toilet facilities, kitchens and storage spaces. The upper floor of the convention centre comprises of meeting rooms and break-out spaces of 770 sqm area and includes circulation, toilet facilities and reception areas. 4. An exhibition gallery which extends to 161 sqm at ground floor level accessed from Le Pole Square and 127 sqm at lower ground floor level which is accessible via Ship Street Great. 5. A café extending to 118 sqm at ground floor level with dual access from the proposed Le Pole Square and the proposed pedestrian link off Chancery Lane. 6. A residential development of 86 apartment units over 5 floors, consisting of 16 three beds, 43 two beds and 27 one beds ranging in size from 51.3 sqm to 115 sqm. Private balconies / terraces provided on all elevations. Communal open space provided by means of an internal courtyard at a raised podium level and roof gardens at upper levels. 7. Vehicular access is proposed via a ramped entrance from Ship Street Great and cyclist access is proposed via a dedicated lift from Chancery Lane. 18 cycle racks will be provided in the proposed Le Pole Square. 8. A double basement is proposed to accommodate the provision of boiler / ancillary plant facilities; residential and commercial storage; kitchen preparation area / office and storage, staff changing room; 65 parking bays, 90 cycle racks; cyclist shower room, and residential and commercial refuse storage. 9. The provision of an ESB substation accessed from Chancery Lane and all other associate ancillary works. 10. All associated site development, servicing and landscaping works.
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