A new 5 storey bio-pharmaceutical manufacturing building to be built in two phases. Phase 1 sized 20,320sq.ms and 28.2 meters high including a single storey link sized 1,203sq.m, and Phase 2 sized 14,320sq.m and 28.2 meters high, including a single storey link sized 750sq.m, located to the south of their existing Drug Substance Building. A single storey warehouse extension located to the south of the existing warehouse including new docking facilities sized 1,142sq.m and 11.2 meter high. A three storey extension located to the east of the existing laboratory building sized 1,328sq.m and 17.6 meters high. A new south elevation with new windows on the fourth floor of the existing drug substance building. New site works including 565 new car parking spaces of which 282 are relocated car parking spaces – 282 spaces lost due to the development footprint – located to the north of the site, together with a new bicycle parking facility, a new permanent heavy goods entrance at the current construction entrance to the south boundary of the campus and new fencing, 2.1 meters high, to the east, west and south side boundaries. Permanent car parking of 350 spaces for sustaining construction and contract personnel utilising a portion of the existing temporary contractor car park. Upon completion of the construction and commissioning activities, the remainder of the contractor car park will be decommissioned. A new single storey security building sized 56sq.m and revisions and alterations to the existing road, services and landscaping and new items of plant and equipment located in the existing and proposed yards, and associated pipe bridges. All associated site works. A 10 year planning permission is sought for this proposed development. The application consists of a variation to a previously permitted development on an activity for which a licence under Part IV of the Environmental Protection Agency Act 1992 ( as amended for the Protection of the Environment Act 2003) is required and full details of the proposed development and its anticipated environmental impacts will be notified to the Environmental Protection Agency. An Environmental Impact Statement accompanies this application, and it will be available for inspection or purchase at the office of the Planning Authority.
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