115 build-to-rent apartments plan for lands at IBIS Hotel
Plans have been lodged for 115 apartments on lands at The IBIS Hotel on Monastery Road

115 build-to-rent apartments plan for lands at IBIS Hotel

PLANS for the construction of 115 build-to-rent apartments on lands at the IBIS Hotel on Monastery Road in Clondalkin have been submitted to An Bord Pleanála.

The planning application has been lodged by Ibis Red Cow Cow Limited as a Strategic Housing Development (SHD) via the fast-track planning system.

The proposal includes the development of 10 studio units, 62 one-bed units, 38 two-bed units and five three-bed units in one block, ranging in height from two-storeys to eight-storeys over basement.

The proposed development will also comprise residential amenity facilities and services at ground floor level consisting of a gym, lounges, games room, conference room, meeting room, studio, concierge, bin store, and a 140-space bike store.

A total of 48 car parking spaces at basement level with a drop-off/service lay-by at ground level, 224 bicycle parking spaces across basement, ground floor and surface levels, landscaping including one communal roof terrace at second floor level is included.

Provision of a landscaped courtyard at ground floor level, public realm works including a new pedestrian path from the public open space at Monastery Gate to the north and along the southern site boundary with a pedestrian connection to Monastery Road to the south, forms part of the plans.

Proposed vehicular access to the site is from Monastery Road, via the existing access road to the IBIS Hotel, with pedestrian access from Monastery Road and Monastery Gate.

The development also provides for all associated site clearance works.

A decision on the application is due from An Bord Pleanála by January 25, 2023.

The plans were previously presented to An Bord Pleanála last June for a pre-planning consultation, with the developer proposing 158 build-to-rent apartments at the site.

An Bord Pleanála at that time instructed the developer that the plans required further consideration/amendment before formally submitted as an SHD application.

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