Marlet has applied to add a fifth storey on 3 blocks adding an additional 28 apartments- total 200. They’re also changing the Landscape Plan.
Full Development Description
PROTECTED STRUCTURE: Amendments to previously permitted development Reg.Ref. 2186/15 (An Bord Pleanála Ref.: PL29S.245164) as amended by Reg.Ref. 2825/17 on a site of c. 1.7 ha. The application site includes a Protected Structure RPS Ref.No.: 3583. The proposed amendments consist of the following: – Alterations to proposed Blocks E, F, G (Reg.Ref. 2825/17) to increase the height of the Blocks from 4 no. storeys (13 m) to 5 no. storeys (16 m), the additional storey in Block F will be set back on the eastern elevation at 4th floor level (5 no. storey); – The additional storeys on Blocks E, F and G will provide for 30 no. units (13 no. in Block E, 5 no. in Block F and 12 no. in Block G) and will comprise of 5 no. 1 beds, 18 no. 2 beds and 7 no. 3 beds. – Replacement of 2 no. 3 bed units at ground floor level of Block G with a crèche c. 254 sq.m. An outdoor play area of c. 150 sq.m will also be provided in association with the crèche; – Elevational amendments to Blocks E, F, G including private balconies/ terraces as a result of the additional storey; – Reconfiguration of permitted basement to provide for 160 no. car parking spaces and 226 no. cycle spaces; – Revisions to landscape masterplan layout to provide additional hard and soft landscaping; – Minor alterations to roof plans to provide for flues and lift shafts at roof level and all necessary site works to facilitate the development. The proposed amendments will result in an overall increase of 28 no. additional units, increasing the total number of units permitted under Reg. Ref.: 2186/15 (An Bord Pleanála Ref.: PL29S.245164) as amended by Reg.Ref.: 2825/17 from 172 no. to 200 no. units.
Harolds Cross has a higher percentage of Irish speakers than elsewhere in Dublin according to the last CSO census. We’ve had 2 other popup Gaeltachts in Peggy Kelly’s and McGarry’s in late 2018 and there was a great crowd with all sorts of levels of Irish. Now it’s the turn of McGowans on Thursday night the 7th of March at 8 pm. Bigi Linn.
Both the Lower Kimmage Road Residents Association (LOKRA) meeting in McGowan’s on Friday February 15 and the NTA’s “public consultation event” in the Charlemont Hilton on Monday February 18 were well attended. Both events clarified details, motivations and options regarding the proposals. More information events are scheduled:
· Kimmage to City Centre Corridor on 5th March 2019 from 3pm to 8pm in Dublin City Council, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8, D08 RF3F.
· Tallaght to Terenure Corridor on 7th March 2019 from 3pm – 8pm in St. Mary’s Rugby Football Club, Templeville Road, Dublin 6W, D6W X652.
· Rathfarnham to City Centre Corridor on 11th March 2019 from 3pm to 8pm in the Hilton Hotel, Charlemont Place, Dublin 2, D02 A893.
The closing date for submissions is March 29th. More details HERE.
There are two Bus Connects events in the locality this weekend. The first is a public meeting at 11:30pm on Saturday in St. Joseph’s Parish Centre, Terenure and the second is a sponsored walk organised by the Lower Kimmage Road Residents Association (LOKRA) meeting at Mount Argus Church at 12 noon on Sunday.
A Table Quiz takes place in McGowan’s at 8pm on Thursday 7th to help raise funds for independent expert support to produce an Environmental Impact Statement or similar regarding the Bus Connects project.
Moves to resolve issues concerning the proposed development at the former St Clare’s convent were before the Commercial Court during the week. Details HERE.
A consultation / information session regarding HERITAGE 2030 takes place in Rathmines Library on February 13th.
Ar chuala tú faoin Pop-up Gaeltacht? Oíche mór craic agus cainte atá ann, oíche mór a tharlaíonn uair sa mhí i dtithe tábhairne éagsúla. Thosaigh Peadar Ó Caomhánaigh agus Osgur Ó Ciardha an oíche speisialta seo i lár na cathrach i mí na Samhna an bhliain seo chaite agus tá sé ag dul ó neart go neart ó shin. Ní ghá go mbeadh go leor Gaeilge agat. Má tá spéis agat an teanga a labhairt nó a chleachtadh – tá fáilte romhat! Tá muid go léir ag foghlaim.
Nuair a thosnaigh an oíche seo ar dtús, bhíodh sé ar siúl in áit difriúl gach mí ach anois, beidh sé ar siúl againne i Chrois Araild gach mí. Agus, tá an smaoineamh ag scaipeadh ar fud na h-áite. Tá daoine ag eagrú oícheanta mar seo ar fud na hÉireann agus ar fud na cruinne. Chuala mé faoi Pop–up ag tárlúint i Sasana, i Meiriceá agus fiú san Astráil. Bhí beagáinín faitíos orm an chéad uair a fhreastal mé ar an ócáid seo i lár na cathrach (féach an pictiúr ag barr) ach ní raibh gá dom a bheith buartha ar chor ar bith. Bhí gach duine an-chairdiúil agus bhí atmaisféar an-dheas ann.
Tuigim anois go bhfuil go leor Gaeilge againn ón scoil ach go bhfuil sí i bhfolach áit éigin i chúl ár gcinn. Tá sí ann agus tiocfaidh sí amach de réir a chéile. Agus tá seans go gcuidíonn an cúpla deoch leis an teanga a dhúiseacht chomh maith (!) Bígí ag faire amach don chéad Pop–up eile sa cheantar seo i mí Feabhra. Cur súil ar ár Facebook (nasc – https://www.facebook.com/Harolds.Cross.Festival/) nó i Twitter ar @popupgael nó @PeadarC90.
The Tidy Towns Team were successful with their application for a grant of €1,000 from the Dublin City Community Enhancement Programme. A meeting of the team takes place on Monday evening next – November 19th – at 8pm in McGowan’s. The aim is to set up a committee and agree how best to utilise the available funds and to plan next steps. Obviously “many hands make light work” and this is one opportunity where young and old can have their say in making a real, visible contribution to the locality. Please come along.