On the 8th June 2018 a planning application was submitted to DLR by Castlethorn for 72 residential units at the Old Bray Road, Cabinteely Village.
Permission for 72 no. dwellings comprising 46 no. apartments (16 no. 1-bed, 29 no. 2-bed and 1 no. 3-bed units) accommodated in 2 no. 3-5 storey buildings and including balconies or terraces on north, east, south and west elevations and solar panels on the roof; 22 no. 2-storey terraced semi-detached and detached houses and 4 no. 2-storey plus attic semi-detached houses (18 n9o. 3 bed and 8 no. 4-bed units), including solar panels on the roof. All associated site development, landscape and boundary treatment works including demolition of 2 no. existing habitable houses, Cartref (c.206.5 sqm) and Ards (c.263 sqm) and associated outbuildings, main vehicular access and egress to scheme via the existing Cartref site onto the Old Bray Road, to provide two-way carriageway and a footpath, existing vehicular driveway to Ards to serve as private driveway to 1 no. dwelling within the proposed scheme, 103 no. car parking spaces (32 no. semi-basement and 71 no. surface), 109 no. bicycle spaces located in external shelters and semi-basement to serve apartment units and visitors, pedestrian link to existing linear open space alongside Cabinteely stream to the west of the site and an electricity sub-station (c.8.2 sqm). This application relates to a proposed development within the Cherrywood Strategic Development Zone but is outside the boundary of the Cherrywood SDZ Planning Scheme.
DLR subsequently requested additional information from the developers of the proposed development. The developers submitted the information on December 18th 2018. (just in time for the Christmas break)
Additional Information requested inckided:
- Ecological Impact Reports
- Parks and Landscape Details
- Drainage and Flood Risk
- Transportation and Acess to the Development
- Impact of the development on the existing dwellings on the Old Bray Rd and Brennanstown.
Details of the additional information can be viewed at
The reference number for the application is D18A/0551
In 2015 an application for a similar development on this site was refused by dlrcc, and refused on appeal by An Bord Pleanála.
The article about the burial site we posted yesterday is located on this site.
Above is an aerial photo of the site and marked the site in red. Two houses on the old bray rd will be demolished to provide access to the development.
We would encourage residents of Brennanstown in particular to share this with their neighbours. This development if it goes ahead will have a significant impact on Brennanstown and its surroundings. Its will also significantly increase the amount of traffic through Cabinteely Village.
Deadline for observations on this additional information is close of business Wednesday 9th January.
No fee applies if you have previously made a submission on this application.