126 apartments planned for Cookstown industrial estate

PRYMOUNT Property Development Limited has lodged an application for planning permission for a mixed residential and commercial development on Second Avenue in Cookstown Industrial Estate, Tallaght.

It is proposed that the development will consist of 126 apartments, to be housed in three blocks, two commercial units, a community room, a crèche and a gym.

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There are provisions for a landscaped courtyard, a bicycle store with 88 bicycle spaces, an underground carpark providing 152 parking spaces, refuse stores, attenuation tank and plant areas.

The submission contains plans for the underground car park to provide spaces for eight wheelchair users, with access to the car park being provided from Second Avenue.

It is proposed that Block A, fronting Second Avenue, will comprise 49 apartments, to consist of one studio apartment, seven one bed-apartments and 31 two-bed apartments.

It is proposed that the block, with a maximum height of five-storeys, will contain private balcony spaces for the proposed housing units and a 259.1 sq m gym on the ground floor.

There are plans for Block B, fronting Cookstown Way, to contain 49 apartments, consisting of four studios, 18 one-bed apartments, 23 two-bed apartments and four three-bed apartments all with private balcony spaces.

The submission contains plans for Block B to be a building that is partially five-storeys high, rising to seven-storeys, with two commercial units, a crèche and a community room on the ground floor.

It is proposed that Block C will be located in the southwest corner of the site, to house 29 apartments consisting of 11 one-bed apartments, eight two-bed apartments and ten three-bed apartments, all with private balcony spaces.

There are plans for the block to be partially five-storeys, rising to seven-storeys, with an ESB substation and switch room located on the ground floor.

The development also includes the demolition of an existing industrial unit and all associated site development works.

A decision on the application is due from South Dublin County Council by August 24.

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