Social housing projects lodged by county council

By William O'Connor 

SOUTH Dublin County Council has lodged planning applications for social housing at Greenfort Gardens and Griffeen Valley Balgaddy under Part 8.

The first planning at Greenfort Gardens in Clondalkin is for a Social Housing Development comprising of two apartment units developed in an existing, vacant, unused building.

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The apartment units will comprise of one three-bedroom, five-person apartment at ground floor level, one two-bedroom and three-person apartment at first floor level.

The works include for new boundary walls and fences, new landscaping works and all necessary associated ancillary works on the site and adjacent areas.

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A small, single-storey extension (5.2 sq.m.) would be constructed to the front of the building to provide a new entrance lobby to the proposed ground floor apartment.

The second planning at Griffeen Valley is a Social Housing Project made up of 74 units and a community facility on undeveloped lands at Griffeen Avenue, situated between Foxborough Lawn and Tor an Rí Walk.

The project consists of 22 three-bedroom houses, four person; four three-bedroom houses, five person;  21 three-bedroom houses, five person; nine 1-bedroom ground floor apartments; nine 3-bedroom, duplex units, two storey (1st and 2nd Floor); nine apartments - two bedroom, three person, three storey and Community Facility.  

The works include new access off Tor an Rí, landscaping works to boundaries and new park/play area, ancillary works to landscape housing areas, and all necessary associated ancillary works on the site and adjacent areas.

All units to be minimum A2 BER rated. The housing provision includes ground floor, two / three storey units grouped in terraces.

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