The proposed development is comprised of three 5-storey office blocks, which will provide a total of 23,970 sq.m. of office floorspace, together with undercroft areas providing a further 5,048 sq.m. of space comprising parking, services and storage space for each building. The total gross floor area of the buildings is 29,018 sq.m. The site occupies an area of 4.98 ha. And is located west of stockhole lane, north of the R139 Clonshaugh Road and east of the M1 motorway. Block 1 will have a maximum height of 23.19m above ground level and will provide 7,404sq.m. of office floorspace, together with car and bicycle parking, shower facilities, bin storage facilities and plant service areas at an undercroft parking level; block 2 will have a maximum height of 23.31m above ground level and will provide 8,283sq.m. of office floorspace, together with car and bicycle parking, bin storage facilities and plant service areas in an undercroft parking level; block 3 will have a maximum height 23.31m above ground level and will provide 8,283 sq.m. of office floorspace, together with car and bicycle parking, bin storage facilities and plant service areas in an undercroft parking level. Blocks 2 and 3 will comprise a combined floorspace at basement level, accessible via a common vehicular entrance and providing common bicycle storage and shower facilities. All 3 buildings are also provided with plant enclosures at roof level. At ground floor level and above ground levels all buildings will provide open plan office space, with centrally located core areas which provide toilet facilities, lift shafts and stair cores. A total of 474 parking spaces will be provided at surface level and in undercroft areas. The proposal also includes the provision of an access road, linking to the existing road from the Stockhole Lane roundabout; alterations to the roundabout junction of the R139 and Stockhole Lane, to facilitate the provision of a left through lane on the northern side of the R139; foul and surface water drainage; hard and soft landscaping including a water feature in the centre of the site; 3 No. electricity substations and all other site services and infrastructure. The planning application also includes the submission of a Masterplan. An Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) will be submitted to the Planning Authority with the planning application and the EIS will be available for inspection or purchase at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy at the offices of the Planning Authority.
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