Lands at, Rockville House, Glenamuck Road South, Dublin 18, and Gatelodge (also known as Rockville Lodge)
Planning permission for development. The application site contains Rockville House and Gatelodge (also known as Rockville Lodge), both protected structures under RPS Ref:1790. The proposed development will consist of the following: Demolition of existing agricultural outbuildings on site; Retention of Rockville House and Gatelodge (both protected structures under RPS Ref:1790) with amendments to boundary treatment to provide for 2 no. separate residential dwellings with curtilage car parking and private open space, facilitated by the proposed removal of existing of the outbuilding to the rear of Rockville House; Construction of a total of 49 no. dwellings consisting of 37 no. detached, semi-detached and terraced 2/3 storey houses and 12 no. apartments; The houses will consist of 9 no 2/3 storey four-bedroom houses (House types A1, A2 & A3), 27 no. 2/3 storey three bedroom houses (House types A4, A5, B1, B2, B3, B4, C1, C2, C3 & C4) and 1 no. 2 storey five bedroom house (House type A6), all with private open space and 2 no. car parking spaces per dwelling; The apartments will be provided within 1 no. four storey apartment block comprising of 8 no. 1 bedroom apartments and 4 no. 2 bedroom apartments, over an undercroft car park; A total of 95 no. car parking space, including 87 no. surface and 8 no. undercroft car parking spaces; Provision of public open space, which include the walled garden for use by future residents; Provision of a new vehicular access from Glenamuck Road South, and associated upgrades to the road, in the approximate location of an existing agricultural access and retention and re-use of existing vehicular access to Rockville House and Gatelodge for pedestrian and cyclist usage; The proposal also includes upgrades to Glenamuck Road adjacent to the Applicant`s lands including new footpath, resurfacing of the carriageway and public lighting; All associated site works, including internal access roads, drainage, including Swales, hard and soft landscaping and boundary treatment, to facilitate the development on a site of 2.22 hectares. This development will be the first phase of development on the residential zoned lands at Rockville House.