Permission to vary development permitted under P.A. Ref. 18/1056 on a site known as No.s 1 & 2 Mill Lane, Trinity Street and R132 Bridge of Peace, overlooking the River Boyne and includes a pedestrian link beneath the Bridge of Peace to Fr. Connolly Way. A Natura Impact Statement (NIS) accompanies this application.

The proposed development consists of an increase in the height and variations to the external and internal design and layout of the permitted apartment building resulting in an increase in the number of storeys from 10 as permitted to 11 storeys, comprising ten storeys of apartments and a lower ground floor level comprising an undercroft car park and communal facilities, an increase in the number of apartments from 41 no. to 49 no. in a mix of 27 no. 1 bed and 22 no. 2 bed apartment types. The area previously allocated to a laundry is no proposed as a management office. The proposed development also provides for a single storey stand alone ESB substation, in addition to all associated site development works, boundary treatments, landscaping and public lighting. The number of car parking spaces and upgrade proposals for Mill Lane itself and the pedestrian link under the Bridge of Peace permitted under P.A Ref. 18/1056 are unaltered.

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Mill Lane

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