Last week, a formal planning application was lodged with the Planning Department of Dublin City Council by Pairc an Chrocaigh Cuideachta Fáil Theorainn Rathaiochta for the construction of a hotel on part of the former Clonliffe College lands.
I know that, for many months, householders across the Clonliffe Road and Ballybough area, have been eager to establish the type and scale of development on these lands. I’ll update you further on what is envisaged for the rest of the site which will be developed in partnership between the GAA and Hines.
Therefore, I have summarised the key points of the planning application, when it was lodged and how you can have your say on the plans prior to any determination being made by the Planning Department.
Lands off Clonliffe Road (formerly part of the Holy Cross College Lands), Dublin 3.
KEY POINTS OF PLANNING APPLICATION:
- Construction of a Part 2xStorey, Part 7xStorey hotel building.
- 200x Bedrooms over floors, 1 – 6.
- 38x Car-parking spaces.
- 28x Bicycle spaces.
- New vehicular and pedestrian entrance from within Clonliffe college.
- Demolition of existing boundary, repositioning of the Gate Piers and widening of the entrance on Clonliffe Road to facilitate two-way traffic.
- Construction and replacement of plinth boundary wall with railings along Clonliffe Road.
- New pedestrian crossing and traffic lights also to be installed.
PLANNING REFERENCE NUMBER:
The Planning Reference Number is 2935/20.
This planning application was lodged on June 29th 2020. Should you wish to see the full application is available online at http://www.DublinCity.ie. The summary above is only a brief outline of some of the particulars of the application and not an exhaustive list.
Should you wish to submit an objection, please lodge your observation in writing to the Planning Department, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 2 inclusive of the €20 fee before August 4th, 2020.
PLANNING INFORMATION MEETING:
I am also arranging for a briefing for local residents with officials in the Planning Department of the Council to outline the particulars of this application. If you would be interested in attending, please let me know.
If you or your household have any questions or queries arising from the details provided above, please contact me at RayMcAdam@gmail.com.
Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City
Leader, Fine Gael, Dublin City Council
Chair, Urban Form & Planning Strategic Policy Committee