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Griffith Avenue SHD ncac presentation 21 01-2019

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Presentation of the Griffith Avenue Strategic Housing Development proposal to the North Central Area Committee on 21/01/2019

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Griffith Avenue SHD ncac presentation 21 01-2019

  1. 1. North Central Area Committee Meeting 21st January 2019
  2. 2. Strategic Housing Development Application Reg. Ref: SHD0004/18 - ABP Reference: 303296-18 Applicant: Cairn Homes Properties Ltd. Location: Griffith Avenue, Marino, Dublin 9 Site Development: Mixed use scheme comprising 8 no. houses and 377 no. apartments, crèche, café and multi purpose space and a residential amenity building. Website: www.griffithavenueplanning.com
  3. 3.  Proposals for 100+ houses or 200+ student accommodation bedspaces to An Bord Pleanála (ABP)  Pre-application consultation with Planning Authority (4 weeks).  Pre-application consultation with ABP (7 weeks)  ABP opinion whether proposal constitutes a reasonable basis for application  SHD application to ABP (16 weeks)  Planning Authority to inform relevant Area Committee meeting  Send report of Chief Executive to ABP within 8 weeks  Report include summary of the views expressed by elected members at the Area Committee meeting  Report to recommend permission be granted or refused having regard to proper planning and sustainable development and the objectives of the development plan Strategic Housing Development (SHD) Summary of Process
  4. 4.  Section 247 consultations were held under Section 5 of the Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Act 2016.  4no consultations with the Local Authority  1no consultation with An Bord Pleanála  An Bord Pleanála issued the Notice of Pre-Application Consultation Opinion, which states the following specific information should be submitted as part of the application:  Architectural Design Statement – outlining design rationale  An Architectural Heritage Report  An Archaeological Assessment report  Revised Traffic and Transport Assessment  Analysis of daylighting, overshadowing and overlooking  Tree protection measures What has happened to date?
  5. 5. What has happened to date?  An Bord Pleanála deemed the application was reasonable to be lodged and the application was lodged on 20th December 2018  An Bord Pleanála validated the application on the 7th January 2019  On receipt of the application by DCC, all relevant internal departments were notified.
  6. 6. Site Location Map
  7. 7. Site Context Map
  8. 8. Development Plan – Zoning Objective Z12: To ensure existing environmental amenities are protected in the predominantly residential future use of these lands.
  9. 9. Site Planning History DCC Reg. Ref 2347/15 (ABP Reg. Ref. PL29N.245580) Permission GRANTED on appeal for 101 no. residential units, revised boundary treatment, amendments to layout and design of the road and associated site and infrastructural works. DCC Reg. Ref 3226/09 (ABP Reg. Ref. PL29N.234636) Permission GRANTED on appeal for a new vehicular and pedestrian entrance and associated works directly from Griffith Avenue.
  10. 10. Proposed Development  Follows previously approved building line (reg. ref. 2347/15)  Public park (20%)  Access road to the Marino Institute of Education (reg. ref. 3226/09)  A total of 385 no. Residential units  377 no. apartments arranged in 7 no. blocks  23 no. studio apartments (6%)  115 no. 1-bed apartments (31%)  190 no. 2 bed apartments (50%)  49 no. 3 bed apartments (13%)  8 no. 5 bed terraced houses  Mixed use building  crèche (279 sqm) with ancillary outdoor play area;  café and multi-purpose space (222 sqm)  Residents amenity (1,458 sqm) Ground floor/basement Block 2  concierge, residents’ lounge, gymnasium, meeting room, cinema/games room, manager’s office and caretaker’s store
  11. 11. Proposed Development  367 car parking no. spaces  682 no. cycle parking spaces  Vehicular access from Griffith Avenue (new signalised junction)  2 no. additional pedestrian accesses from Griffith Avenue  Public park circa 6,250sqm (20% of overall site area 3.1ha)  Communal open space (terraced gardens located between apartment blocks)  Private open space (balconies and terraces)  Plot Ratio 1.16  Site Coverage 23%  Density 124 no. units per ha
  12. 12. Proposed Layout Public Park Finger Blocks Communal Terraced Gardens
  13. 13. Mix of Uses
  14. 14. Height Guidelines • Dublin City Development Plan 2016-2022 provides a maximum permissible height of up to 16m for the subject site • Urban Development and Building Height Guidelines 2018 • Development plans shall not provide numerical limitations on building height • Reviews, variations or amendments of plans to ensure proper alignment of national planning policies • Development management criteria to be applied to development proposals for buildings taller than prevailing building heights. The applicant to demonstrate that the proposal satisfies the follows criteria: • Accessibility to public transport • Landscape and visual Impact Assessment • The contribution to positive place-making and the creation of visual interest in the streetscape • The avoidance of long uninterrupted walls of building in the form of perimeter blocks or slab blocks • Access to sunlight and daylight • Micro-climatic impacts • Urban design statement • Relevant environmental assessments including AA Screening and Ecological Impact Assessment.
  15. 15. B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6B7 Proposed Height Maximum height 26m Block 1: 5 storeys Block 2: 5/6 storeys Block 3: 5/7 storeys Block 4: 4 storeys Block 5: 5 storeys Block 6: 7/6 storeys Block 7: 6/8 storeys
  16. 16. Elevations to Griffith Avenue
  17. 17. Front Elevation of Houses
  18. 18. Western Elevation Public Park (Block 1 & Multi-use building )
  19. 19. Western Elevation Public Park (Blocks 2 & 7)
  20. 20. East and West Elevations (Blocks 3 & 6)
  21. 21. East and West Elevations (Blocks 4 & 5)
  22. 22. Level 2 Floor Plan
  23. 23. 2 Bed Apartment Layouts
  24. 24. Part V 38no. Part V Apartments:  Block 1 (entire block)  10 no. 1 bedroom units  25 no. 2 bedroom units  Block 7  2 no. 1 bedroom units  1 no. 2 bedroom units
  25. 25. Transport Impact Assessment  Modal split for the area indicates (CSO 2016):  Walk 23%  Cyclists 14%  Public Transport 22%  Private car 31%  Vehicular access via proposed signalised junction on Griffith Avenue  The development is expected to generate approximately 273 arrivals and 272 departures per day  162 trips AM peak  159 trips PM peak  367 no. car parking spaces and 682 cycle parking spaces  Internal road network provides access to Marino Institute of Education  Mobility Management Plan following occupation of the development
  26. 26. Proposed Signalised Junction
  27. 27. Proposed Drainage  A new surface water drain is proposed on Griffith Avenue connecting to an existing 750mm surface water sewer at junction of Malahide Road  A new foul sewer is proposed on Griffith Avenue connecting to an existing 450mm foul sewer on Malahide Road  The proposed development is to connect into an existing 300mm water main adjacent to the site  Expected peak flow water demand 11.5 litres/second  Water conservation to reduce demand on network:  Dual flush toilets  Low flow rate taps  Water saving self-closing timed flow fittings
  28. 28. Phasing
  29. 29. Materials
  30. 30. Griffith Avenue View 3
  31. 31. Griffith Avenue View 4
  32. 32. Griffith Avenue View 7
  33. 33. Griffith Avenue View 8
  34. 34. Griffith Avenue View 9
  35. 35. Griffith Avenue View 10
  36. 36. Scoil Mhuire View 13b
  37. 37. Croydon Park Marino View 14
  38. 38. Glandore Road View 15a View 16
  39. 39. Malahide Road View 20
  40. 40. The Casino View 21
  41. 41. Entrance View From Griffith Avenue
  42. 42. View A
  43. 43. View B
  44. 44. View C
  45. 45.  Members comments at meeting will be summarised and sent to ABP with CE report  Formal observations to An Bord Pleanála by 5:30pm on 1st February 2019, ABP Ref. 303296-18 (€20 submission fee to ABP)  Further details of the application can be viewed at available at: www.griffithavenueplanning.com  Guidance on SHD procedure on ABP website http://www.pleanala.ie/  Chief Executive Report due by the 22nd February 2019  An Bord Pleanála due decide case by 23rd April 2019. Conclusion
  46. 46. Thank You

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