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D8 Planning Updates – Week Starting 10/11/14 – 21/11/14

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Site of new proposed student accommodation on Cork Street

D8 Planning Updates – Week Starting 10/11/14 – 21/11/14 

The Alltech Micro Distillery, which is hoping to develop on the St James’ Church of Ireland site has provided additional information to the DCC on its proposed plans.  The site will see the construction of a replacement spire to the proportions of the previous one made of glass.  Adding a new architectural twist to the building.

More student accommodation is being developed in the area.  Roscragh Ltd.  received planning permission for 48 general apartments in the Cork Street/Brickfield Lane have applied for and received an extension of duration of permission.  Their new plan is too build 40 student housing units (182 bedrooms), with a gym, study rooms and canteen area.  

Finally, the proposed multi denominational school for Griffith Barracks on the South Circular Road has received permission.  The 3 storey building will replace prefabs were the children taught by the school.

COMMERCIAL:

 

Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 2710/14
Application Type Permission
Applicant
  1. Murphy Developments Ltd
Location St. Pancras Works, Mount Tallant Avenue, Terenure, Dublin 6w
Proposal PROTECTED STRUCTURE: For development consisting the demolition of all existing buildings and the construction of 63 no dwellings, 1 no. single storey detached retail unit with integral bin/bike store at the back of the footpath on Harold’s Cross Road, all with a total gross floor area of 9,243sq.m the re-location of an existing ESB sub-station, from a pedestrian access gate from Mount Tallant Avenue and all ancillary site development works including landscaping and 35 no surface car parking spaces. The 63 no dwellings consist of 36 no. houses and 27 no. apartments arranged as follows: 3 no. terraces of 4 no 4 bed 2 1/2 storey houses, 1 no terrace of 5 no 4 bed 2 1/2 storey houses, 1 no terrace of 6 no 4 bed 2 1/2 storey houses, 2 no terraces of 2 no 2 1/2 storey 4 bed houses and 4 no 3 bed 2 1/2 storey houses and 1 no detached 4 bed 2 1/2 storey house, 1 no 4 storey block of apartments containing 3 no 1 bed apartments, 23 no 2 bed apartments and 1 no 3 bed apartment all with balconies on the south west or north west elevations. The site is accessed by an existing gateway from Mount Tallant Avenue, including piers and a railings on a plinth wall which is a Protected Structure. No works are proposed to the protected structures part of this planning application. 
Registration Date 20-Nov-2014
  A.I Article 35 Received
   
Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3218/14
Application Type Permission
Applicant Castle Paints Ltd
Location 129 Cromwellsfort Road, Walkinstown, Dublin 12
Proposal The development will consist of the construction of a new first floor apartment over existing retail unit and all associated site works and services. 
Registration Date 17-Nov-2014
  Additional Information Received
   
Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3707/14
Application Type Permission
Applicant Antcon Limited
Location Site of the Former Snooker Hall, Land Adjacent to 99 Drimnagh Road, Drimnagh, Dublin 12
Proposal Additional ESB Substation and minor amendments to existing previous planning permission reference number 3598/13. The proposed ESB Substation will be located to the south/east rear corner of the site. The proposed amendments will comprise (1) Addition of fire escape pedestrian door to the front/north elevation of Unit 1. (2) Addition of fire escape pedestrian door to the rear/south elevation of Unit 3. (3) The relocation of entrance pedestrian doors to the east elevation to Unit 1 and (4) The addition of a back of house pedestrian door to the west elevation to Unit 1. the total gross internal floor area of the proposed ESB Substation building is 23.50 sqm.
Registration Date 17-Nov-2014
   

 

 

DOMESTIC:

 

Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3713/14
Application Type Permission
Applicant Sinead Mangan
Location 173, Rafters Road, Drimnagh, Dublin 12
Proposal RETENTION: Retention of two storey extension to rear of property and planning permission is sought for single storey porch together with off street car parking to front of property.
Registration Date 18-Nov-2014
   
   
Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3714/14
Application Type Permission
Applicant Thomas & Edel Redmond
Location 35, Dromore Road, Drimnagh, Dublin 12
Proposal RETENTION: (a) Retention permission for front porch and (b) permission for conversion of attic to non-habitable storage space and shower with dormer to rear and includes change of existing hip roof profile to Dutch hipped roof with new window in gable.
Registration Date 18-Nov-2014
   
   
Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number WEB1314/14
Application Type Retention Permission
Applicant Geraldine Byrne
Location 88, Ballyfermot Crescent, Ballyfermot, Dublin 10
Proposal Retention planning permission for creation of existing vehicular access gate, modifications to front and side boundaries plus erection of a single storey rear and side Kitchen Extension with external door to side of dwelling
Registration Date 19-Nov-2014
   
   
Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number WEB1315/14
Application Type Permission
Applicant Peter Wahlrab
Location 17, Ash Street, Dublin 8
Proposal First floor extension over existing ground floor extension to the rear of the house
Registration Date 20-Nov-2014
   
   

 

 

LAWS:       ***NONE***

 

SAWS:       ***NONE***

 

DECISIONS:

 

Area

Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 2029/10/x1
Application Type Extension of Duration of Permission
Decision GRANT EXT. OF DURATION OF PERMISSION     23-Oct-2016
Decision Date 18-Nov-2014
Applicant Mr. Robert Doyle
Location 136, Walkinstown Road, Walkinstown, Dublin 12
Proposal EXT.OF DURATION:  the construction of 2 single storey semi-detached single-car garages in the rear gardens of the 2 new houses currently under construction at no. 136 Walkinstown Road, accessed through a new proposed vehicular entrance in the laneway to the rear between nos. 122 and 124 Walkinstown Road.
   

 

 

Area

Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3457/14
Application Type Permission
Decision REFUSE PERMISSION    
Decision Date 19-Nov-2014
Applicant Micheal McKenna
Location 11, Somerville Avenue, Walkinstown, Dublin 12
Proposal Planning permission is sought for alterations & extension to existing dwelling to include ground floor extension consisting of sitting/ dining area & first floor dormer extension including 3 no. bedrooms & bathroom & connect to all existing services & associated works. 
   

 

 

Area

Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3489/09/x1
Application Type Extension of Duration of Permission
Decision ADDITIONAL INFORMATION (EXT. OF PERM)    
Decision Date 17-Nov-2014
Applicant Mr. Robert Doyle
Location 340 & 340A, Kildare Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12
Proposal EXT.OF DURATION:Alterations including the reduction in height of the rear roof and removal of garage / store  in the rear garden to provide additional space and alterations to side wall/gates.
   

 

 

Area

Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3700/14
Application Type Permission
Decision APPLICATION DECLARED INVALID    
Decision Date 19-Nov-2014
Applicant Caroline Farrell
Location 33, Balfe Avenue, Walkinstown, Dublin 12
Proposal Conversion of attic to storeroom with installation of new floating dormer window in gable end and new flat roof dormer to rear with internal alterations to house and all associated site and drainage works. 
   

 

APPEALS NOTIFIED:                   ***NONE***

 

APPEALS DECISIONS:       ***NONE***

 

 

 

 

 

AREA 2 10/11/14 to 14/11/14

 

COMMERCIAL:

 

Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 2710/14
Application Type Permission
Applicant
  1. Murphy Developments Ltd
Location St. Pancras Works, Mount Tallant Avenue, Terenure, Dublin 6w
Proposal PROTECTED STRUCTURE: For development consisting the demolition of all existing buildings and the construction of 63 no dwellings, 1 no. single storey detached retail unit with integral bin/bike store at the back of the footpath on Harold’s Cross Road, all with a total gross floor area of 9,243sq.m the re-location of an existing ESB sub-station, from a pedestrian access gate from Mount Tallant Avenue and all ancillary site development works including landscaping and 35 no surface car parking spaces. The 63 no dwellings consist of 36 no. houses and 27 no. apartments arranged as follows: 3 no. terraces of 4 no 4 bed 2 1/2 storey houses, 1 no terrace of 5 no 4 bed 2 1/2 storey houses, 1 no terrace of 6 no 4 bed 2 1/2 storey houses, 2 no terraces of 2 no 2 1/2 storey 4 bed houses and 4 no 3 bed 2 1/2 storey houses and 1 no detached 4 bed 2 1/2 storey house, 1 no 4 storey block of apartments containing 3 no 1 bed apartments, 23 no 2 bed apartments and 1 no 3 bed apartment all with balconies on the south west or north west elevations. The site is accessed by an existing gateway from Mount Tallant Avenue, including piers and a railings on a plinth wall which is a Protected Structure. No works are proposed to the protected structures part of this planning application. 
Registration Date 10-Nov-2014
  Additional Information Received
   
Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3206/14
Application Type Permission
Applicant Tribeach (Dublin) Ltd.
Location 86 Jamestown Road, Inchicore, Dublin 8
Proposal Conversion and subdivision of a former industrial unit to 7 no. live work units and alterations to existing commercial units. The proposed works to be carried out include: provision of a further storey and roof terraces along the eastern and western facades above part of the main building; a second storey over a single storey element of the existing north end of the building including a new access stairs; partial demolition of structures along the eastern facade; alterations to the facades; signage along the eastern facade; provosion of 15 no. designated car parking spaces; rain water harvesting with water tanks and heat pumps on the southern roof, and associated site works.
Registration Date 10-Nov-2014
  Additional Information Received
  

 

 

 

 

 
Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3213/14
Application Type Permission
Applicant Dr. Pearse Lyons
Location 121-124, James’s Street (including the former St.James’s [Church of Ireland] Church at, Nos.121-122 James’s Street, Dublin 8), Dublin 8
Proposal PROTECTED STRUCTURE: Development of a micro distillery and a visitor centre at a site of c.0.164 ha at Nos. 121-124 James’s Street, Dublin 8. Part of the site (Nos. 121-122 James’s Street) is occupied by the former St. James’s (Church of Ireland) Church, which is a Protected Structure (Ref. 4053), including the front entrance gates, railings and gate piers. (The boundary walls to the adjoining graveyard (located outside the application site) are also a Protected Structure. The remainder of the site (Nos. 123-124 James’s Street) is occupied by a two storey building (which is not a  Protected Structure).Nos. 121-122 James’s Street, the former St. James’s Church:

-The development will consist of the refurbishment and adaptive reuse of the former church (c. 740 sq.m) (most recently in use as a lighting showroom and warehouse), as a micro distillery and visitor centre (c. 491 sq.m) (including a tasting area; exhibition and merchandise area (including sale of whiskey for consumption off the premises); distillation equipment; plant; ancillary staff and storage facilities. The works include the construction of a glass spire to match the proportions of the original spire (maximum height of 36.3 m above ground level) requiring the removal of non-original lead flashing covering the top of the remaining portion of the spire. Removal of non-original internal fabric of the former church including: internal walls; glazed internal lobby; doors and joinery; floors, ceilings and associated structural steelwork; internal stairs; ducts; pipes and plaster. Removal of non-original material including structural supports and panelling around the gallery and modesty screen, to reveal the remaining original fabric. Restoration of the original  gallery structure and modesty screen. Construction of a new cast iron column, to match original existing column on the ground floor to support the gallery above. Removal of non-original concrete ramp to west of the former church, restoration of stone steps and provision of new removable ramp. Removable of modern infill from the stone buttresses and, where required, application of new limestone. Removal of concrete block infill from original windows. Repair or, if required, replace stone tracery and leaded glass. Repair external timber doors where possible and remove modern additions. Restore and clean stone exterior of former church, including: walls, dressings, tracery, finials and internal stone stairs cases. Repair or, if required, replace: roof slates, flashing, ridge pieces and rainwater goods. Application of new lime plaster to internal walls. Internal timber trusses to be cleaned and decorated. Construction of new first floor structure (c. 12 sq.m) in the Vestry roof to accommodate plant. Construction of new stone ground floor above the existing non-original floor slab and a new raised stone floor in the Chancel and South Transept to accommodate services below. Construction of new air handling ducting suspended beneath existing trusses and new c. 600 mm diameter opes in internal walls (between the Chancel and the Vestry) to accommodate same. Construction of 2 no. new c. 600 mm diameter opes in the Vestry roof to accommodate air extract exhausts with cowls (c. 600 mm and 1500 mm above roof level); 1 no. new c. 800 mm diameter ope to north facade for air intake duct; and 2 no. new c. 300 mm diameter opes in southern facade to allow for grain intake and spent grain extract. Demolition of the existing single storey, partially sunken plant enclosure abutting the northeast walls of the former church (c.12 sq.m) and the construction in its place of a 2 level plant enclosure (c. 58 sq.m across two levels) and internal and external access ladders. Construction of a single storey barrel filling room (c. 11 sq.m) abutting the east wall of the Vestry., including new sump. Relocation of electrical meter to the Vestry. Construction of a detached, screened single storey enclosure for coolers (c. 15 sq.m) located to the south-east of the former church. Remove the oil tank located to the northwest of the former church and demolish the associated walls. The development also consists of the removal of non-original fabric across the site including: internal site fencing and gates; signage; tarmac; modern external light fittings and lamp standards; modern dwarf walls around graves. Railings; Front Entrance Gates; Gate Piers; the development will consist of the repair (and where necessary replacement) and painting of the railings at the front of the site. Removal of the modern gate and its replacement with an automated inward opening gate, to match the railings. Removal of modern light fittings from railings. Repair and clean stone wall, plinth, coping and gate piers.

Nos. 123-124 James’s Street:

– The development will consist of the demolition of the existing two storey building (c. 134 sq.m) (including a ground floor commercial unit and a first floor residential apartment (c. 60 sq.m); and the construction of a part-four, part-five storey visitor centre including: reception, exhibition space, ancillary visitor and staff facilities, and ancillary offices (c. 331 sq.m). The development will also consist of: all hard and soft landscaping, including soakaways, changes to levels, signage; external lighting; seating; and all associated development above and below ground.

 

Registration Date 14-Nov-2014A.I Article 35 Received
   
   
AreaApplication Number Area 2 – South Central3213/14
Application TypeApplicant PermissionDr. Pearse Lyons
Proposal PROTECTED STRUCTURE: Development of a micro distillery and a visitor centre at a site of c.0.164 ha at Nos. 121-124 James’s Street, Dublin 8. Part of the site (Nos. 121-122 James’s Street) is occupied by the former St. James’s (Church of Ireland) Church, which is a Protected Structure (Ref. 4053), including the front entrance gates, railings and gate piers. (The boundary walls to the adjoining graveyard (located outside the application site) are also a Protected Structure. The remainder of the site (Nos. 123-124 James’s Street) is occupied by a two storey building (which is not a  Protected Structure).Nos. 121-122 James’s Street, the former St. James’s Church:

-The development will consist of the refurbishment and adaptive reuse of the former church (c. 740 sq.m) (most recently in use as a lighting showroom and warehouse), as a micro distillery and visitor centre (c. 491 sq.m) (including a tasting area; exhibition and merchandise area (including sale of whiskey for consumption off the premises); distillation equipment; plant; ancillary staff and storage facilities. The works include the construction of a glass spire to match the proportions of the original spire (maximum height of 36.3 m above ground level) requiring the removal of non-original lead flashing covering the top of the remaining portion of the spire. Removal of non-original internal fabric of the former church including: internal walls; glazed internal lobby; doors and joinery; floors, ceilings and associated structural steelwork; internal stairs; ducts; pipes and plaster. Removal of non-original material including structural supports and panelling around the gallery and modesty screen, to reveal the remaining original fabric. Restoration of the original  gallery structure and modesty screen. Construction of a new cast iron column, to match original existing column on the ground floor to support the gallery above. Removal of non-original concrete ramp to west of the former church, restoration of stone steps and provision of new removable ramp. Removable of modern infill from the stone buttresses and, where required, application of new limestone. Removal of concrete block infill from original windows. Repair or, if required, replace stone tracery and leaded glass. Repair external timber doors where possible and remove modern additions. Restore and clean stone exterior of former church, including: walls, dressings, tracery, finials and internal stone stairs cases. Repair or, if required, replace: roof slates, flashing, ridge pieces and rainwater goods. Application of new lime plaster to internal walls. Internal timber trusses to be cleaned and decorated. Construction of new first floor structure (c. 12 sq.m) in the Vestry roof to accommodate plant. Construction of new stone ground floor above the existing non-original floor slab and a new raised stone floor in the Chancel and South Transept to accommodate services below. Construction of new air handling ducting suspended beneath existing trusses and new c. 600 mm diameter opes in internal walls (between the Chancel and the Vestry) to accommodate same. Construction of 2 no. new c. 600 mm diameter opes in the Vestry roof to accommodate air extract exhausts with cowls (c. 600 mm and 1500 mm above roof level); 1 no. new c. 800 mm diameter ope to north facade for air intake duct; and 2 no. new c. 300 mm diameter opes in southern facade to allow for grain intake and spent grain extract. Demolition of the existing single storey, partially sunken plant enclosure abutting the northeast walls of the former church (c.12 sq.m) and the construction in its place of a 2 level plant enclosure (c. 58 sq.m across two levels) and internal and external access ladders. Construction of a single storey barrel filling room (c. 11 sq.m) abutting the east wall of the Vestry., including new sump. Relocation of electrical meter to the Vestry. Construction of a detached, screened single storey enclosure for coolers (c. 15 sq.m) located to the south-east of the former church. Remove the oil tank located to the northwest of the former church and demolish the associated walls. The development also consists of the removal of non-original fabric across the site including: internal site fencing and gates; signage; tarmac; modern external light fittings and lamp standards; modern dwarf walls around graves. Railings; Front Entrance Gates; Gate Piers; the development will consist of the repair (and where necessary replacement) and painting of the railings at the front of the site. Removal of the modern gate and its replacement with an automated inward opening gate, to match the railings. Removal of modern light fittings from railings. Repair and clean stone wall, plinth, coping and gate piers.

Nos. 123-124 James’s Street:

– The development will consist of the demolition of the existing two storey building (c. 134 sq.m) (including a ground floor commercial unit and a first floor residential apartment (c. 60 sq.m); and the construction of a part-four, part-five storey visitor centre including: reception, exhibition space, ancillary visitor and staff facilities, and ancillary offices (c. 331 sq.m). The development will also consist of: all hard and soft landscaping, including soakaways, changes to levels, signage; external lighting; seating; and all associated development above and below ground.

 

Registration Date 14-Nov-2014
  Additional Information Received
   
   
   
   
Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3672/14
Application Type Permission
Applicant The Frederick Ozanam Trust T/A SVP East
Location Unit S3A, Henry Road, Park West Business Park, Dublin 12
Proposal The development will consist of the following:

  1. To the north elevation (facing Le Broquay Avenue):

(a) enlarge two existing single swing doors to form new openings to receive roller shutter doors, each measuring 4000 wide x 5050 mm high.

(b) Form 4 further openings – 2 to receive roller shutter doors each measuring 4000 mm wide x 5050 mm high and 2 to receive  new single swing doors each measuring 1000 mm wide x 2100 mm high.

(c) Alterations to existing site including kerbing, surfacing and site services.

  1. To the north elevation: erect 2 illuminated signs, sign one measuring 4.185 m x 1.275 m and sign two measuring 3.0 m x 0.45 m.
  2. To the south elevation (facing Henry Road) erect 2 illuminated signs, sign one measuring 17.3 m x 1 m and sign two measuring 3.3 m x 0.5 m.
  3. Internally – amendments include the relocation of an existing mezzanine structure to incorporate an office, modify the existing offices, reception area and staff accommodation.

 

Registration Date 11-Nov-2014
   
   
Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3684/14
Application Type Permission
Applicant Darren Cahill, Redco Ji
Location 29, 30, 31, The Coombe, Dublin 8
Proposal The existing 3 no. mixed use buildings are 3-4 storey in height; The proposed development includes:Alterations to existing residential floors and change of use of ground floor commercial use to apartments; the provision of 11 no. total new residential units with balconies/ winter gardens, comprising:

-at no. 29, 3 no. apartments ( 1 no. 1 bedroom apartment; 2 no. 2 bedroom duplex apartments)

– at no. 30, 3 no. apartments ( 1 no. 1 bedroom apartment, 2 no. 2 bedroom duplex apartments)

-at no. 31, 5 no. apartments (4 no. 1 bedroom apartments; 1 no. 2 bedroom duplex apartment);

-addition of a new pitched roof storey/ floor height to 29, 30 and 31;

– alterations and demolitions to existing plans and elevations;

– internal circulation including shared stairways and lift;

– single-storey communal bin and bike storage;

– landscaped areas;

– roof mounted solar panels;

– new external and internal signage;

– new connection to existing site services;

– and all ancillary site development works above and below ground.

 

Registration Date 12-Nov-2014
   
   
Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3691/14
Application Type Permission
Applicant Mr. Edmund Ward
Location 11, Rafters Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12
Proposal Permission sought to construct 2 no. semi-detached 3 bed dormer bungalows and 1 no. detached 2 bed dormer bungalow using existing side access and all associated site works to rear of 11 Rafters Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12. 
Registration Date 13-Nov-2014
   
   
Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3803/09/x1
Application Type Extension of Duration of Permission
Applicant Roscragh Ltd.
Location The Donnelly Centre, Cork Street & Brickfield Lane, Dublin 8
Proposal EXT: The development will consist of revisions to previously approved planning ref. 3743/06 to include a mixed use commercial and student accommodation development at ‘The Donnelly Centre’. The development extends from five to seven storeys in height (7 storeys at the northwest and southeast corners). The development includes a total of 40 student housing units (182 bedrooms) with associated support accommodation to include a gym, laundry area, study rooms, dining & breakout accommodation total area (717sqm), in place of previously approved 48 general apartment units & office accommodation. The proposed development will have active roof gardens to the south on the eastern block, outdoor sports areas to the south roof of the western block, third floor roof garden between western block and existing storage building and a first floor courtyard on the southern end adjoining the adjacent development planning ref. 4511/08. Projecting & recessed balconies have been provided to the north, south, east & west facades of both accommodation blocks. Pedestrian access to the student accommodation is generally from Cork Street with secondary egress points on Brickfield Lane. The development also includes 5no. retail units (487sqm) from 9no. previously approved, office accommodation of (273sqm) from (1190sqm) previously approved with a revised entrance off Brickfield Lane, commercial storage use (2740sqm) from (3347sqm) previously approved with a revised entrance off Brickfield Lane, minor internal alterations to the as granted storage and office areas, provision of a new medical centre (151sqm) off Cork Street, omission of the underground car park & the provision of 30 surface car park spaces in lieu of 67 previously approved with a revised entrance off Brickfield Lane, provision of an ESB sub station on Brickfield Lane, refinements to the northern facade & shopfronts, the provision of 220 bicycle spaces, the provision of waste storage areas of 82sqm, internal circulation roads, landscaping & boundary treatment, services, provision of storm water attenuation and associated site development works.
Registration Date 14-Nov-2014
   

 

 

 

 

 

DOMESTIC:

 

Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3669/14
Application Type Permission
Applicant Cheryl Keeler
Location 63, O’Hogan Road, Ballyfermot, Dublin 10
Proposal The development will consist of the proposed construction of a two storey extension to rear and side of existing dwelling and include internal alterations. 
Registration Date 10-Nov-2014
  

 

 

 

 
   
Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3673/14
Application Type Permission
Applicant Doreen McGouran
Location 46, Fingal Street, Dublin 8
Proposal RETENTION: Kitchen alterations & extension (4.5 sqm), two velux windows to front pitch of house, and extend attic dormer (6.2 sqm) with flat roof finish, and timber leisure room to rear garden (12 sqm) with toilet and permission for 4 sqm solar panels to rear flat roof over kitchen. All finished to match existing. All the above to include associated site works and all services connected to existing. 
Registration Date 11-Nov-2014
   
   
Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3700/14
Application Type Permission
Applicant Caroline Farrell
Location 33, Balfe Avenue, Walkinstown, Dublin 12
Proposal Conversion of attic to storeroom with installation of new floating dormer window in gable end and new flat roof dormer to rear with internal alterations to house and all associated site and drainage works. 
Registration Date 14-Nov-2014

 

 

LAWS: None

 

SAWS: None

 

DECISIONS:

 

Area

 Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 0310/14
Application Type Social Housing Exemption Certificate
Decision Grant Social Housing Exemption Cert    
Decision Date 13-Nov-2014
Applicant Leonard Eustace
Location 86, Captains Avenue, Crumlin, Dublin 12
Proposal SHEC: 2 storey 2 bedroom dwelling with attached single storey kitchen/dining area, additional vehicular and pedestrian access, revised vehicular and pedestrian access & associated works.
   

 

 

Area

 Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 2710/14
Application Type Permission
Decision REVISED DRAWINGS ARTICLE 35    
Decision Date 13-Nov-2014
Applicant
  1. Murphy Developments Ltd
Location St. Pancras Works, Mount Tallant Avenue, Terenure, Dublin 6w
Proposal PROTECTED STRUCTURE: For development consisting the demolition of all existing buildings and the construction of 63 no dwellings, 1 no. single storey detached retail unit with integral bin/bike store at the back of the footpath on Harold’s Cross Road, all with a total gross floor area of 9,243sq.m the re-location of an existing ESB sub-station, from a pedestrian access gate from Mount Tallant Avenue and all ancillary site development works including landscaping and 35 no surface car parking spaces. The 63 no dwellings consist of 36 no. houses and 27 no. apartments arranged as follows: 3 no. terraces of 4 no 4 bed 2 1/2 storey houses, 1 no terrace of 5 no 4 bed 2 1/2 storey houses, 1 no terrace of 6 no 4 bed 2 1/2 storey houses, 2 no terraces of 2 no 2 1/2 storey 4 bed houses and 4 no 3 bed 2 1/2 storey houses and 1 no detached 4 bed 2 1/2 storey house, 1 no 4 storey block of apartments containing 3 no 1 bed apartments, 23 no 2 bed apartments and 1 no 3 bed apartment all with balconies on the south west or north west elevations. The site is accessed by an existing gateway from Mount Tallant Avenue, including piers and a railings on a plinth wall which is a Protected Structure. No works are proposed to the protected structures part of this planning application. 
   

 

 

Area

 Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3202/08/x1
Application Type Extension of Duration of Permission
Decision GRANT EXT. OF DURATION OF PERMISSION     10-Jan-2019
Decision Date 12-Nov-2014
Applicant Hattington Student Housing Limited
Location 32-36, Thomas Street, Dublin 8
Proposal EXT OF DURATION: Development at 32-36 Thomas Street and 10 Hanbury Lane, Dublin 8. The site is bounded to the North by 32-36 Thomas Street, to the west by St Catherine’s Lane West and to the south by an existing office building on the corner of Hanbury Lane and St Catherine’s Lane West, Hanbury Court apartments and an existing apartment building on the corner of Hanbury Lane and Swan Alley. The development consists of the demolition of all existing structures on the site and the construction of a five storey mixed use building. 4 storeys of office accommodation are provided above the ground floor which consists of an office entrance lobby together with a 1,431 sq.m retail unit, accessed off Thomas Street, and 5 no. own door offices, with a total gross floor area of 239 sq.m accessed off St Catherine’s Lane West. Vehicular access to a ground floor delivery area and a single level basement will be via Hanbury Lane. The basement will accommodate 48 no. car spaces, bicycle parking, refuse areas, plant space and associated services. Balconies are provided on the eastern, southern and western elevations on the fourth floor and the northern elevation on the third and fourth floors. Screened plant will be provided at fifth floor roof level and an ESB sub station and switch room will be located on the ground floor onto St. Catherine’s Lane West. The total gross floor area of the proposed building is 11,327sq.m.
   

 

 

Area

 Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3232/14
Application Type Permission
Decision GRANT PERMISSION    
Decision Date 11-Nov-2014
Applicant Bernard & Iris Higgins
Location 43 St Laurence Road, Chapelizod, Dublin 20
Proposal Permission is sought for demolition of existing commercial building of 100m2, and construction of a two storey dwelling with 4 bedrooms, garage, overall area 228m2, and ancillary works. 
   

 

 

Area

 Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3391/14
Application Type Permission
Decision GRANT PERMISSION    
Decision Date 10-Nov-2014
Applicant Brendan Foley
Location 119 and 119a Emmet Road, Inchicore, Dublin 8
Proposal Alterations to the existing front terrace building including the re-configuration of existing first floor apartment, an attic conversion, the addition of 3 no. roof lights to existing roof, the demolition of existing single storey lean-to rear extension (c.12 sq.m) and the construction of new two storey (above basement level) rear extension (c. 21 sq.m) with 1 no. roof terrace (c. 7 sq.m) at second floor level  to provide 1 no. 2 bed apartment (c.90 sq.m); and alterations to the existing rear Mews building including the addition of 11 no. roof lights to existing roof, the removal of part of existing  roof, the demolition of existing single storey lean-to extension to front of Mews building (c.21 sq.m), the construction of new two-storey extension to part of Mews building (c. 76 sq.m) with 1 no. roof terrace  (c. 9.7 sq.m) at second floor level, to provide 1 no. 1 bed apartment (c. 65 sq.m) and 1 no  3 bed apartment (c. 120 sq.m); and all associated ancillary site works.
   

 

 

Area

 Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3394/14
Application Type Permission
Decision REFUSE PERMISSION    
Decision Date 10-Nov-2014
Applicant Tim Wrafter
Location 10, Rowserstown Lane, Kilmainham, Dublin 8
Proposal Demolition of the existing boundary walls and for the construction of a two to three storey house extension, including a roof terrace, with an access stairwell, at second floor level and a balcony towards the River Camac at first floor level. 
   

 

 

Area

 Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3401/14
Application Type Permission
Decision GRANT PERMISSION    
Decision Date 12-Nov-2014
Applicant Charles Moore, The Commissioners of Public Works
Location Griffith Barracks Multi-Denominational School, The Old Guardhouse, Griffith Barracks, South Circular Road, Dublin 8
Proposal PROTECTED STRUCTURE: The demolition of the existing pre-fabricated temporary school buildings and associated services; construction of a new three storey Primary School building with a gross floor area of 2010 sqm, and the repair and minor fitting out works to the 280sqm existing guard house building, a protected structure RPS Reference 1846. Accommodation in the new building consists of; 16 Classrooms, a General Purpose Hall, and ancillary accommodation, together with 1 ground level ball court, 1 roof level secure play area over the two storey General Purpose Hall, a bin store, 2no. bicycle shelters, foul drainage connection, surface water attenuation, underground rainwater harvesting storage tank, signage, landscaping and all associated site works on an overall site area of 0.342 hectares. Accommodation in the existing Guard House building consists of, a Library/Resource Room, SET rooms, staff toilets, storage and ancillary accommodation. The repair and minor fitting out of the Guard House does not materially affect the character of the Protected Structure. In addition, the development includes the widening of the existing entrance gate, involving the movement of an existing gate pier and repair to existing boundary wall along South Circular Road (previously granted ref: 2485/08), a protected structure RPS Reference 1846. The gate widening is being carried out to facilitate emergency vehicle access to the site. 
   

 

 

Area

 Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3405/14
Application Type Permission
Decision GRANT PERMISSION    
Decision Date 12-Nov-2014
Applicant Dan Daly
Location 27, Clonfert Road, Dublin 12
Proposal (1) Demolish the existing single storey extension to the rear of the property, (2) Construct a new two storey flat roof extension to the rear and (3) all ancillary site services. 
   

 

 

Area

 Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3418/14
Application Type Permission
Decision REFUSE PERMISSION    
Decision Date 14-Nov-2014
Applicant Barbara White Kearney
Location 45, Balfe Road, Walkinstown, Dublin 12
Proposal Planning permission at 47 Balfe Road, Walkinstown, Dublin 12, (corner of Hughes Road South) for the construction of a single storey extension to the front of the dwelling consisting of an expansion to the existing living room and hallway with interior modifications. 
   

 

 

Area

 Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3433/14
Application Type Permission
Decision GRANT PERMISSION    
Decision Date 14-Nov-2014
Applicant Ann Redmond
Location 49, Galtymore Drive, Dublin 12
Proposal For the demolition of an existing single storey extension, and the construction of a new 45sqm single storey extension with 7 no. rooflights, all to the rear. 
   

 

 

Area

 Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3663/14
Application Type Permission
Decision APPLICATION DECLARED INVALID    
Decision Date 13-Nov-2014
Applicant Board of Management
Location Our Lady of Mercy Secondary School, Mourne Road, Drimnagh, Dublin 12
Proposal Block up an existing entrance to the school grounds from Mourne Road and to open up a new entrance to the school grounds from Mourne Road. The new entrance to be 10 metres north of the existing entrance and it will have steel gates 1800mm high. The footpath at the new entrance will be dished.
   

 

 

Area

 Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 4927/08/x1
Application Type Extension of Duration of Permission
Decision REFUSE EXT. OF DURATION OF PERMISSION    
Decision Date 10-Nov-2014
Applicant John Griffin
Location 29-31, Cromwellsfort Road, Walkinstown, Dublin 12
Proposal EXT OF DURATION: Planning permission is being sought for the following development.

  1. a) The demolition of two detached single storey houses, and
  2. b) i) The construction of four terraced, two bedroom dormer houses with each house having vehicular access from Cromwellsfort Road and pedestrian access from the laneway to the rear. (ii) Ancillary works associated with the proposed dwellings.

 

   

 

 

Area

 Area 2 – South Central
Application Number WEB1251/14
Application Type Permission
Decision GRANT PERMISSION    
Decision Date 14-Nov-2014
Applicant Ian & Lorraine O Toole
Location 46, St Marys Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12
Proposal New vehicular access with new piers & gates, Permission to dish existing footpath to proposed access and associated site works.
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Area Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3213/14
Application Type Permission
DecisionDecision Date

Applicant

REVISED DRAWINGS ARTICLE 3514-Nov-2014

Dr. Pearse Lyons

Location 121-124, James’s Street (including the former St.James’s [Church of Ireland] Church at, Nos.121-122 James’s Street, Dublin 8), Dublin 8
Proposal PROTECTED STRUCTURE: Development of a micro distillery and a visitor centre at a site of c.0.164 ha at Nos. 121-124 James’s Street, Dublin 8. Part of the site (Nos. 121-122 James’s Street) is occupied by the former St. James’s (Church of Ireland) Church, which is a Protected Structure (Ref. 4053), including the front entrance gates, railings and gate piers. (The boundary walls to the adjoining graveyard (located outside the application site) are also a Protected Structure. The remainder of the site (Nos. 123-124 James’s Street) is occupied by a two storey building (which is not a  Protected Structure).Nos. 121-122 James’s Street, the former St. James’s Church:

-The development will consist of the refurbishment and adaptive reuse of the former church (c. 740 sq.m) (most recently in use as a lighting showroom and warehouse), as a micro distillery and visitor centre (c. 491 sq.m) (including a tasting area; exhibition and merchandise area (including sale of whiskey for consumption off the premises); distillation equipment; plant; ancillary staff and storage facilities. The works include the construction of a glass spire to match the proportions of the original spire (maximum height of 36.3 m above ground level) requiring the removal of non-original lead flashing covering the top of the remaining portion of the spire. Removal of non-original internal fabric of the former church including: internal walls; glazed internal lobby; doors and joinery; floors, ceilings and associated structural steelwork; internal stairs; ducts; pipes and plaster. Removal of non-original material including structural supports and panelling around the gallery and modesty screen, to reveal the remaining original fabric. Restoration of the original  gallery structure and modesty screen. Construction of a new cast iron column, to match original existing column on the ground floor to support the gallery above. Removal of non-original concrete ramp to west of the former church, restoration of stone steps and provision of new removable ramp. Removable of modern infill from the stone buttresses and, where required, application of new limestone. Removal of concrete block infill from original windows. Repair or, if required, replace stone tracery and leaded glass. Repair external timber doors where possible and remove modern additions. Restore and clean stone exterior of former church, including: walls, dressings, tracery, finials and internal stone stairs cases. Repair or, if required, replace: roof slates, flashing, ridge pieces and rainwater goods. Application of new lime plaster to internal walls. Internal timber trusses to be cleaned and decorated. Construction of new first floor structure (c. 12 sq.m) in the Vestry roof to accommodate plant. Construction of new stone ground floor above the existing non-original floor slab and a new raised stone floor in the Chancel and South Transept to accommodate services below. Construction of new air handling ducting suspended beneath existing trusses and new c. 600 mm diameter opes in internal walls (between the Chancel and the Vestry) to accommodate same. Construction of 2 no. new c. 600 mm diameter opes in the Vestry roof to accommodate air extract exhausts with cowls (c. 600 mm and 1500 mm above roof level); 1 no. new c. 800 mm diameter ope to north facade for air intake duct; and 2 no. new c. 300 mm diameter opes in southern facade to allow for grain intake and spent grain extract. Demolition of the existing single storey, partially sunken plant enclosure abutting the northeast walls of the former church (c.12 sq.m) and the construction in its place of a 2 level plant enclosure (c. 58 sq.m across two levels) and internal and external access ladders. Construction of a single storey barrel filling room (c. 11 sq.m) abutting the east wall of the Vestry., including new sump. Relocation of electrical meter to the Vestry. Construction of a detached, screened single storey enclosure for coolers (c. 15 sq.m) located to the south-east of the former church. Remove the oil tank located to the northwest of the former church and demolish the associated walls. The development also consists of the removal of non-original fabric across the site including: internal site fencing and gates; signage; tarmac; modern external light fittings and lamp standards; modern dwarf walls around graves. Railings; Front Entrance Gates; Gate Piers; the development will consist of the repair (and where necessary replacement) and painting of the railings at the front of the site. Removal of the modern gate and its replacement with an automated inward opening gate, to match the railings. Removal of modern light fittings from railings. Repair and clean stone wall, plinth, coping and gate piers.

Nos. 123-124 James’s Street:

– The development will consist of the demolition of the existing two storey building (c. 134 sq.m) (including a ground floor commercial unit and a first floor residential apartment (c. 60 sq.m); and the construction of a part-four, part-five storey visitor centre including: reception, exhibition space, ancillary visitor and staff facilities, and ancillary offices (c. 331 sq.m). The development will also consist of: all hard and soft landscaping, including soakaways, changes to levels, signage; external lighting; seating; and all associated development above and below ground.

 

   

 

Area

 Area 2 – South Central
Application Number 3524/14
Application Type Permission
Decision Not DCC Area    
   
Applicant Petrogas Group Ltd
Location Applegreen Service Station, Cherry Orchard, Ballyfermot Road Upper, Dublin 10
Proposal Not in DCC Area – Returned 14/11/2014 The development will consist of the change of use from retail use to retail use with ancillary off licence use.***Not in DCC Area***

 

 

 

APPEALS NOTIFIED: None

 

APPEALS DECISIONS: None

 

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