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#Stoneybatter #PlanningMatters – 23 / 28 Prussia Street

The Dublin Central Area Committee of Dublin City Council meets tomorrow to consider a number of proposed housing and public realm projects where permission is being sought.

In terms of planning permission, a specific application has been submitted to An Bord Pleanála for the redevelopment of 23 – 28 Prussia Street, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7. This application was lodged prior to Christmas as a Strategic Housing Development given that more than 100 residential units are being sought permission for.


  • The demolition of existing structures on site, including 23 Prussia and what is left of 24 & 25 Prussia Street;
  • Works to the historic Grangegorman boundary wall (Protected Structure), including the removal of the existing concrete coping on top of the existing stone wall and the removal of a section of the wall to facilitate the provision of the primary pedestrian and cycle access route from TU Grangegorman Campus to Prussia Street (Prussia Street gateway), in accordance with the Grangegorman SDZ Plan  (amended by ABP Ref: ZE29N.ZE0005). The interface of this primary route with Prussia Street will be denoted by a proposed gatehouse.
  • Construction of an 162x Build To Rent development, ranging in height of between 4 and 14 storeys, comprising:
    • 107x 1 Bedroom units,
    • 53x 2 Bedroom units,
    • 2x 3 Bedroom units,
  • Construction of a basement providing storage and plant rooms, a bin store and;
    • 22x car-parking spaces,
    • 4x motorcycle spaces and
    • 336x bicycle spaces (including 5 cargo bicycle parking spaces) with access via Prussia Street;

A decision on this planning application is due to be made by An Bord Pleanála by April 22nd, 2022.

Officials from the Planning Department of Dublin City Council will be presenting details of this planning application tomorrow. This will also involve an opportunity for Councillors to influence and contribute to the City Council’s Report on the application which will be submitted to the Board as part of the deliberative process.

I’d welcome any thoughts or views you may have on the application.



raymcadam View All

Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City

Chair, Urban Form & Planning Strategic Policy Committee

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