Priorsgate vacant crèche given go-ahead for change

By Brendan Grehan

REIT PLC has been granted planning permission by South Dublin County Council for a change of use for two blocks of the Priorsgate development at the junction of Main Road and the Greenhills Road extension in Tallaght.

In Block 1 permission has been granted for a change of use of the vacant crèche unit in the ground floor to residential use, comprising one two-bedroom apartment unit and one three-bedroom apartment unit with private gardens/terraces.

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Priorsgate in Tallaght Village

The development will include alterations to the existing eastern elevation of the vacant crèche unit, including the setting back of the established building line to facilitate the provision of private amenity space for each of the proposed residential units; revised window/door arrangements to all existing ground-floor elevations; plant; boundary treatments; private and communal open spaces; and all ancillary site development works all on a c.0.05 ha site.

In Block 2, they have been granted planning permission for the subdivision and change of use of the permitted, vacant restaurant unit (c.309 sq m) at ground-floor level of Block 2 to residential use, including two two-bedroom apartments and one three-bedroom apartment.

The proposed development includes the reconfiguration of an existing area of hard landscaping adjacent to the western elevation of the vacant restaurant unit to provide private and communal open space to facilitate the proposed development.

The development will also include the removal of an existing stairway within the existing hard landscaped space which links to the pedestrian overpass over the Tallaght By Pass (N81) to the south and the removal of an existing security wall at the southern boundary of the hard landscaped space.

All ancillary landscaping, boundary treatments, plant and all associated site development works all on a c. 0.06 ha site.

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