Site measuring c.1.43 hectares, Bird Avenue, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14
Permission for development. The site is generally bound to the north by amenity
Permission for development. The site is generally bound to the north by amenity space associated with Churchfields residential estate, to the east by the rear of properties and amenity space in The Maples residential estate, to the south by the grounds of Church of the Immaculate Virgin Mary of the Miraculous Medal and to the west by the CUS Sports Pavilion (Marist Fathers) ground. The proposed development consists of a total of 54 no. residential units including 6 no. detached houses, 18 no. semi-detached houses, 6 no. terraced houses, 12 no. townhouses and 12 no. own-door ground floor apartments, all situated around a central public space. The proposed development comprises the following residential units: House Type A - 18 no. four-bedroom semi-detached 2 to 3-storey dwellings, each with private rear gardens backing onto the northern and eastern boundaries of the site; House Type B - 6 no. four-bedroom terraced 3-storey dwellings with private rear gardens backing onto the eastern boundary; House Type C - 3 no. four-bedroom detached 3-storey dwellings with private rear gardens backing onto the southern boundary; House Type D - 3-storey building containing 8 no. 2-bedroom apartments at ground floor and 8 no. 3-bedroom town houses at first and second floor level with roof terraces at first floor level facing west onto the mature tree line along the western boundary with the CUS Sports Grounds; House Type D1 - 3-storey building containing 4 no. 2-bedroom apartments at ground floor and 4 no. 3-bedroom townhouses at first and second floor level with roof terraces at first floor level facing south onto the boundary with the Church of the Immaculate Virgin Mary of the Miraculous Medal; House Type E - 3 no. 4-bedroom detached 2 to 3-storey dwellings with private rear gardens fronting onto the proposed access road serving the site. The proposed development includes a new vehicular access to serve the development off the existing entrance to the CUS Sports Pavilion grounds on Bird Avenue. Off-street parking is proposed for dwellings (Types A, B, C & E) and a total of 35 no. car parking spaces are proposed along the internal estate road. Open space is proposed centrally within the side and along a western boundary landscaped walkway. The proposed development includes all connections to environmental services, including a 6-metre wide way leave to be provided to facilitate connection to drainage infrastructures from Churchfields Estate; bin storage area at street level off the main service road; boundary treatments and site developments works.
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McCutcheon Halley Walsh
23, Pembroke Street Upper, Dublin 2