267 homes planned for Adamstown

A DUBLIN-based developer has been granted planning permission from South Dublin County Council to build 267 homes at Tobermaclugg in Adamstown, Lucan.

Cairn Homes application comprises 199 houses consisting of 107 four-bedroom houses, 86 three-bedroom houses and six five-bedroom houses in a mix of two and three storey terrace, semi-detached and detached units ranging in size from 110sqm to 165sqm, 60 apartments consisting of 49 two bedroom units,

nine one bedroom units and two three-bedroom units ranging in size from 47sqm to 98sqm in a three - four storey apartment block over basement car park (86 spaces) and eight duplex/apartment units (referred to as Block B) consisting of four three-bedroom duplexes, three two-bedroom duplexes and one one-bedroom apartment ranging in size from 54sqm to 111sqm in a three -four storey residential block.

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The development will  include associated landscaping, 534 car parking spaces, bin storage areas and all associated site development and infrastructural works. Vehicular access to serve the residential development will be taken from four access points off Adamstown Drive, a proposed 6.5m wide east-west road (c.485m in total) connecting to the existing Dodsboro Road/Tandy's Lane in the east. As part of the development. 

The new road will make provision for vehicular traffic, online bus services, car parking as required, pedestrian footpaths and cycle paths. Permission has been also granted for  the upgrade of c.257m of Dodsboro Road/Tandy's Lane from the existing junction of Dodsboro Road and Dodsboro Cottages, tying back into Dodsboro Road/Tandy's Lane adjacent to the former Airlie Studfarm.

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