We, Winterbrook Homes (MSM) Ltd, intend to apply to An Bord Pleanála for planning permission for a strategic housing development at a site of approx. 1.6 ha at Mount Saint Mary’s and Saint Joseph’s, Dundrum Road, Dundrum, Dublin 14 (D14 P9P3 & D14 AH57).
The site consists of the former Middle House; the Small Hall; the Gate Lodge Bungalow; the former Residence Wing building; former Chapel, Oratory and Side Chapels; and associated ancillary outbuildings (Stables/Lockups and Workshops). Robert Emmet House (a protected structure, RPS. No. 18) is located immediately adjacent to the main development site.
The development will consist of a new residential and mixed use scheme to include apartments, a central public park, café, afterschool childcare facility, pedestrian routes and associated resident facilities and amenities. A detailed development description is now set out as follows:
The proposal provides for the demolition (total area of approx. 2,913.8 sq m) of (a) the existing buildings on site (ranging in height from 1 – 3 storeys) and (b) part of the granite wall along Dundrum Road. The existing Small Hall (approx. 170 sq m) is retained and reconfigured as part of the overall proposal.
The new development will provide for the construction of a new residential scheme of 231 no. apartment units in the form of 5 no. apartment blocks (Villas A to E) ranging in height from 4 to 10 storeys as follows:
• Villa A (4 storeys) comprising 40 no. apartments (23 no. 1 bed and 17 no. 2 bed units)
• Villa B (4 – 5 storeys) comprising 37 no. apartments (14 no. 1 bed and 23 no. 2 bed units)
• Villa C (5 – 6 storeys) comprising 40 no. apartments (11 no. 1 bed and 29 no. 2 bed units)
• Villa D (5 – 10 storeys) comprising 80 no. apartments (51 no. 1 bed and 29 no. 2 bed units)
• Villa E (4 – 6 storeys) comprising 34 no. apartments (16 no. 1 bed and 18 no. 2 bed units)
Each residential unit has associated private open space in the form of a terrace/balcony.
The existing Small Hall will be reconfigured to accommodate an Afterschool Childcare Facility of approx. 161 sq m. The proposal will also provide for a café of approx. 83 sq m at the ground floor of Villa E.
Residential amenity areas of approx. 308 sq m are proposed in the form of resident support services and concierge services of approx. 111 sq m at the ground floor of Villa A; a gym room of approx. 77 sq m at the ground floor of Villa D; and a glazed pavilion indoor social space of approx. 120 sq m at the fourth floor of Villa D. A roof garden residential amenity area of approx. 130 sq m is also proposed at the fourth floor of Villa D.
Works to the northern and eastern boundary of Robert Emmet House (a protected structure) include (a) the closing up of opes to the existing Small Hall; and (b) the partial removal of a link between the existing Middle House on site and the adjacent Robert Emmet House (a protected structure) at ground and first floor levels and the subsequent reconfiguration and retention of existing fire escape at ground floor level for this building on the eastern elevation.
Open space (approx. 8,200 sq m) is proposed in the form of (a) a central public park including formal gardens, lawns, play area and pedestrian and cyclist links (approx. 6,300 sq m) and (b) residential / communal open space (approx. 1,900 sq m) including the roof terrace at Villa D (approx. 130 sq m).
Basement areas (total approx. 3,372 sq m) are proposed on one level, below Villas A and B, and include parking areas, waste management and plant areas. An ESB substation (approx. 45.5 sq m) and café waste store (approx. 18 sq m) are also proposed at surface level.
A total of 118 no. car parking spaces (99 no. at basement level and 19 no. at surface level) are proposed. 20 no. spaces are reserved for Robert Emmet House (10 no. at basement level and 10 no. at surface level). 463 no. bicycle spaces (365 no. at basement level and 98 no. at surface level) and 4 no. motorcycle spaces are proposed (all at basement level).
The development shall be served via the existing vehicular access point from Dundrum Road. Upgrade works are proposed to this vehicular access point to facilitate the proposed development and to provide for improved access and egress for the overall development. New pedestrian and cyclist access points will be provided via Dundrum Road and Churchfields. Future pedestrian links to the Hawthorn Residential Estate can be facilitated subject to third party approval.
The associated site and infrastructural works include provision for water services; foul and surface water drainage and connections; attenuation proposals; permeable paving; all landscaping works including tree protection, tree removal and new tree planting; green roofs; boundary treatment; internal roads and footpaths; and electrical services.

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