A residential development consisting of 184 no. Units with a total gfa of 21,154sq. M comprising the following: 134no. Apartments (gfa of 13,601sq. M) in 4 blocks, 14no. Duplex units (gfa of 1,372sq. M) and 36no. Houses (gfa of 6,181sq. M) and includes the following accommodation on a block by block basis:-• Block A (3,486sq.m): 35no. apartments, ancillary accommodation and associated balconies and roof terraces in a 2-5 storey block(comprising 8no. 1 bed, 24no. 2 bed and 3 no. 3 bed); • Block B (4,374sq.m): 44no. apartments, ancillary accommodation and associated balconies and roof terraces in a 3-5 storey block(comprising 12no. 1 bed, 26no. 2 bed and 6no. 3 bed); • Block C (2,158sq.m): 22no. apartments, ancillary accommodation and associated balconies and roof terraces in a 3-5 storey block (comprising 6no. 1 bed, 13no. 2 bed and 3no. 3 bed); • Block D (3,583sq.m): 33no. apartments, ancillary accommodation and associated balconies and roof terraces in a 3-5 storey block (comprising 5no. 1 bed, 24no. 2 bed and 4no. 3 bed); • Duplex Units (1,372sq.m): 14no. 2 bed 2 storey units and associated terraces; and • Houses (6,181sq.m): 36no. houses and associated gardens comprising: o 1no. 2 stories 3 bed; o 7no. 2 stories 4 bed; o 18no. 3 storey 3-4 bed; and o 10no. 3 storey 4-5 bed. Access is provided from a single access point from Bishop Street (A2 – F1) as permitted under Reg. Ref: DZ15A/0758. A local neighbourhood road is proposed, which will link with the access point at Bishop Street that will connect with and propose a minor modification to the local road permitted under Reg. Ref: DZ15A/0813, which relates to Tully Park. Tully Park itself is not affected by the current application. An internal access street is proposed to run west to east across the development site, providing access to the duplex units. A ‘green-link’ pedestrian accessway is proposed to run north/south through the site, connecting Tully Park with Bishop Street. A universally accessible accessway is proposed to the east of the site, connecting Bishop Street with Tully Park. The 4 apartment blocks are located above basement which will accommodate car parking (215 spaces), bicycle parking (148 spaces), motorcycle parking (12no. spaces) and service areas. At surface level, 72no parking spaces, 76no. bicycle spaces and 1no.motorcycle space are provided. Permission is also sought for all hard and soft landscaping and includes all associated site and development works. The application may be inspected, or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, during public opening hours at the offices of An Bord Pleanála and Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council. The application may also be inspected online at the following website set up by the applicant: www.cherrywoodtc6shd.com Any person may, within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by An Bord Pleanála of the application and on payment of the prescribed fee of €20 (except for certain prescribed bodies), make a submission or observations in writing to An Bord Pleanála, 64 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1, relating to the implications of the proposed development, if carried out, for proper planning and sustainable development in the area or areas concerned, and the likely effects on the environment or the likely effects on a European site, as the case may be, of the proposed development, if carried out. Submissions or observations duly made will be considered by An Bord Pleanála in making a decision on the application. Such submissions or observations must also include the following information: (a) the name of the person, authority or body making the submission or observations, the name of the person, if any, acting on behalf of that person, authority or body, and the address to which any correspondence relating to the application should be sent, (b) the subject matter of the submission or observations, and (c) the reasons, considerations and arguments on which the submission or observations is or are based. An Bord Pleanála may grant permission for the strategic housing development as proposed, or may grant permission subject to such modifications as it specifies in its decision, or may grant permission in part only, with or without any other modifications it may specify in its decision or may refuse to grant permission for the proposed development. An Bord Pleanála may attach to a grant of permission such conditions as it considers appropriate. Any enquiries relating to the application process should be directed to the Strategic Housing Development Section of An Bord Pleanála (Tel. 01- 8588100).
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