The development will consist of
(i) Demolition of existing derelict structures comprising multiple interconnected one and two storey buildings of various age; the removal of existing vehicular entrances at North Great Charles Street and at Tyrrells Places; the removal of security gates and railings at the site perimeter.
(ii) Construction of 2 no. apartment blocks ranging from 3 to 6 storeys, connected and served by external access decks and consisting of 52 no. apartments comprising 28 no. one-bed and 24 no. two-bed apartments, along with ancillary circulation cores, plant rooms, cycle store, and bin store, all arranged around a central courtyard amenity space. Upper floor apartments will have balconies onto Great Charles Street, Charles Lane, and Tyrrell Place. Ground floor apartments will have enclosed front yards and private terraces to the rear which adjoin the shared courtyard garden. The development will be served by 76 no. resident cycle space plus 22 no. visitor cycle spaces. Pedestrian/cyclist access to the development will be on Charles Lane. Ground floor apartments located along public street will have own door access from the street.
(iii) Construction of a new ESB substation and switchroom adjacent to an existing ESB kiosk to the northern corner of site.
(iv) Carrying out of associated site works, works to existing footpaths/kerbs, and landscaping works.
(v) Replacement of existing railings at the boundary to Pavee Point (a Protected Structure, RPS Ref: 1370 ?The Free Church?), railings which are positioned within the development site and outside the curtilage of that structure. The site partially located within the Mountjoy Square Architectural Conservation Area.
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