Permission for development on lands at Sandford Lodge (a Protected Structure), Sandford Close, Sandford Road, Dublin 6. The development will consist of the demolition (total c. 392 sqm GFA) of Block 5 (1 storey) and Block 6 (1 storey) (total 4 no. residential units) and the construction of a new residential scheme of 36 no. residential units in the form of 2 no. contemporary three storey terraces, comprising: 12 no. 1 bed A 1 storey (GIA c. 54.65 sqm) units, 12 no. 1 bed B 1 storey (GIA c. 57.76 sqm) units; and 12 no. 2 bed A 2 storey (GIA c. 110.29 sq.m) units. Each new residential unit has associated private open space in the form of a garden courtyard or terraces. Landscaping works to existing and proposed external amenity spaces (total c. 3,851 sq m) include an upgraded fire tender route with a wild flower meadow edge, a sunken garden area around the Protected Structure, a central formal garden and an outdoor seating area. The development shall be accessed via the existing vehicular access point from Sandford Close and will provide for the reconfiguration of the existing basement car park and surface level parking areas to comprise a total of 120 car parking spaces at basement level; 36 spaces at grade; 133 residential cycle parking spaces and 18 visitor cycle parking spaces. The proposed modifications reduce the total number of vehicle parking spaces on the overall site from 169 to 156 and increase the cycle parking spaces from 85 to 151. An ESB Meter room (c. 6 sqm) and bin store (c. 21.6 sqm) are proposed at surface level. The associated site and infrastructure works include provision for water services, foul and surface water drainage and connections; attenuation proposals; permeable paving; all landscaping works; boundary treatment; electrical services and associated ancillary works. All of the above within the overall Sandford Lodge residential development. The proposal and associated ancillary elements are located within the curtilage of a Protected Structure.
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