Plans Submitted For Large Residential Development In Cabinteely

Tudor Homes have submitted new plans for a large residential development in Cabinteely.

Observations must be submitted by December 16th and can be submitted online to dlrcc.

Ref DZ19A/0863

To view the application and submit an observation click here http://bit.ly/38elOjI

Permission for a residential development at a site measuring approximately 8.24 ha in area. The development will consist of the construction of 342 new residential dwellings, comprising 189 no. apartments arranged in 4 blocks (all 4-storeys in height and comprising 15 x 1 bed units and 174 x 2 bed units); 28 No. duplex units (comprising 14 x 2 bed units and 14 x 3 bed units); 60 No. triplex units (comprising 40 x 2 bed units and 20 x 3 bed units) and 65 No. 4 bedroom houses (comprising a mix of detached, semi-detached and terraced house types) together with a Childcare Facility at ground floor level within Block C with a floor space of 249sq.m. (GFA), and ancillary open space. The proposed development includes for all associated infrastructural works to include the part delivery of the Cherrywood SDZ Planning Scheme’s Druid’s Glen Distributor Road (also known as Q to P3), measuring approximately 390 m in length to include the construction / completion of the part approved 3-span bridge (Option 1) over the Cabinteely Stream under Planning Ref. DZ16A/0587 (ABP Ref. PL06D.247915). It is noted that a portion of Road Q to P3 was also granted under Planning Ref. D15A/0385 (as amended by DZ19A/0622) and the road may be constructed under that permission. Permission is sought for the inclusion and utilisation of a temporary haul road (to be constructed by the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Contractor as part of the Druid’s Glen Road Q – P3 east of the Cabinteely Stream (up to a point CH 100m as defined on ATKINS Drawing No. 0101A). This temporary haul route would connect directly to the N11 via the proposed Junction Q and includes for a culvert, or temporary bridge crossing at the Cabinteely Stream. The proposed temporary haul route comprises a 4m wide unbound haul road approximately 160m long, and will be constructed from approximately CH 560m on Druid’s Glen Road to a proposed site compound area to the west thereof measuring approximately 30m wide and up to 45m long in plan area and will be situated at, or above the 30m site contour. This site compound will be made available to the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Contractor building the Druid’s Glen Road from N11 to point P3. Following the sectional completion of Druid’s Glen Road, the proposed temporary haul road will be available to accommodate construction traffic associated with the appointed contractor(s) responsible for the development of the subject lands (as per any planning permission granted). It is proposed that this temporary haul route would remain available until the permanent bridge crossing the Cabinteely Steam becomes operational. The development will also include the construction of: ancillary waste storage facilities; ancillary waste recycling collection area; associated car parking (total of 565 no. car parking spaces, comprising 257 spaces at basement level and 308 surface level spaces (including 9 no. ancillary car parking spaces in connection with the childcare facility); bicycle parking spaces (total of 492 no. cycle parking spaces, comprising 156 basement level spaces and 336 surface level spaces); a number of ancillary public open spaces; provision of boundary treatments; lighting; associated hard and soft landscaping (including changes in site levels and playground provision); associated infrastructural and site development works above and below ground (including 2 No. permanent water attenuation ponds and 1 no. temporary attenuation pond). The application site is located within the Cherrywood Strategic Development Zone.

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