Additional information sought for 53-bed Boutique Hotel

By William O'Connor

SOUTH Dublin County Council have requested additional information for proposed plans for a 53 bedroom Boutique Hotel to replace the existing 29 bedroom Guesthouse at 20 & 22, Lower Kennelsfort Road in Palmerstown.

The proposed development comprises new and retained two and three storey elements enclosing a central courtyard with new Café Bar, Dining Area and Meeting Room with associated ancillary areas.

20 22a Kennelsfort Rd compressor

Plans are sought for proposed 53 bedroom Boutique Hotel

The plans include demolition of parts of existing two storey semi-detached Guest House buildings, change of use from Guest House use to Hotel use at first floor of No. 20 and existing two storey wing facing southwest (side) boundary at No. 22 with revisions to existing external elevations and roofscapes.

The proposed hotel use is a new two storey wing to northeast (side) boundary, new three storey wing with corner feature and lift facing southeast (rear) boundary and new three storey central wing and a new first floor extension facing northwest (front) boundary.

The plans also see the replacing of the existing two entrance/exits with one wider pedestrian, cycle and vehicular entrance/exit served by a wider yellow box junction, realignment of front site boundary and transfer of land to the Council to support the National Transport Authority’s proposed objectives, in tandem with South Dublin County Council, for improvements to the adjoining Lower Kennelsfort Road including realigning and widening the public pathway and creating dual cycleways.

A new foul water drainage connecting to existing public foul sewer and new surface water drainage discharging to new interceptor trap to soak way with overflow connection to public surface water sewer are also in the plans along with revised site layout with proposed service yard, 15 cycle spaces, 31 car spaces including two universal access spaces and four electric charging point spaces and  associated siteworks to include, services, lighting, landscaping, paving, walling and boundary treatment.

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