AAI Kenilworth Ltd intend to apply to An Bord Pleanála (the Board) for permission for a Build-To-Rent Shared Living Strategic Housing Development at a c. 0.2319 ha site located at No. 348 Harold's Cross Road, Dublin 6W, D6W VW99, (formerly known as ‘Kenilworth Motors’) principally bounded by Laundry Lane to the north, Harold’s Cross Road to the east, Kenilworth Manor to the south, and Rosary Park to the west.
The development will principally consist of: the demolition of all one storey, with part mezzanine, buildings (1,164 sq m) and certain boundary walls; the construction of a part-two, part-five storey building, with set back Fourth Floor Level, all over partial Basement Level, build-to-rent shared living residential development (total gross floor area of c. 6,687 sq m); (comprising 201 No. bedspaces (147 No. single occupancy bedrooms including 5 No. accessible bedrooms, and 27 No. double occupancy bedrooms).
The development will also consist of: shared kitchen/living/dining areas at each floor level to serve residents of each floor; communal residential amenities including lounges, tv areas, hot desks, gym, activity area, function room, ancillary café, reception, laundry room; plant, waste management areas, circulation space; ESB substation and switch room; 210 No. cycle parking spaces (187 No. resident and 5 No. staff spaces at Basement Level; and 18 No. visitor spaces at surface level); communal amenity open spaces at Ground Level (366 sq m); 2 No. car club parking spaces accessed from Harold’s Cross Road; alterations to the layout of Laundry Lane including the provision of a pedestrian footpath, vehicular layby, and recessed service and emergency vehicle access at the rear of the site (northwest); Sustainable Urban Drainage systems (including green roof, rainwater harvesting and attenuation tanks); roof plant, including PV panels; associated hard and soft landscaping; and all other associated site excavation, infrastructural and site development works above and below ground including changes in level, boundary treatments and associated site servicing (foul and surface water drainage and water supply). Access to the scheme will be via Harold’s Cross Road and Laundry Lane.