Protected structure: planning permission for development within the overall Grangegorman strategic development zone (sdz), of approx. 28. 69 hectares at Grangegorman, Dublin 7. The specific site of the proposed development comprises approx. 0.47 hectares and is bound to the north-east by Grangegorman upper, to the south-east by Grangegorman lower, to the north-west by the HSE primary care centre and to the south-west by Ivy Avenue.
The development will consist of a primary school (to replace the existing temporary educate together primary school which is currently located at Fitzwilliam Place north) comprising 2 no. Buildings (a teaching block and a general purpose block) with a total gross floor space of 5,064 sq. M.
The teaching block (4,413 sq. M) will be 4 storeys over lower ground level (c. 39. 20m od) and accommodate 24 no.
Classrooms and ancillary accommodation including 2 no. Special need units, 3 no. Special education rooms, a library, resource rooms, storage, staff offices and wc/shower facilities.
The General Purpose Block (651 sq.m) will be 2-storeys in height equivalent (c. 29.50m OD) and accommodate 2 no. general purpose rooms, storage and w.c. facilities at lower ground floor level and an external rooftop ballcourt enclosed by a perforated metal screen.
The proposed development also includes multiple external play areas; bin storage area and boiler house (51 sq.m); modifications to the existing Grangegorman boundary wall (a Protected Structure) to include: 1 no. main pedestrian access; 1 no. pedestrian day gate; and the removal and replacement of a section of wall and railings; 145 cycle parking and 115 scooter parking stands; and all associated landscaping works, boundaries and ancillary site works.
The proposal also includes a playground to be located to the north of the school site within the adjoining Green Finger with direct access to the school and another pedestrian access linking the school to the Green Finger.
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