ith a third party appeal submited to An Bord Pleanála in July objecting to planning permission for 98 housing units at Inchanappa South in Ashford, a planning application has now been submitted for another 99.
Listed as a second phase residential scheme, Beakonford Ltd filed with Wicklow Planning on September 9th.
And their application reads…
Second phase residential scheme of 99 no. housing units and landscaping works, access to and provision of indoor and outdoor sports and community facilities with total carparking for 252 no. spaces, and associated works over a total application site area of 7.1ha.
The residential accommodation proposed consists of 99 no. detached and semi-detached one, one and a half and two storey houses (26 no. 4 bedroom end of terrace, 26 no. 3 bedroom terrace, 30 no. 3 bedroom semi-detached and 1 no. 3 bedroom bungalow dormer), and 8 no. 1 bedroom apartments with 8 no. 2 bedroom duplexes above in 2 no. three storey blocks and with dedicated carparking for 192 no. spaces. The proposed residential accommodation lies to the east of Inchanappa House which is a Protected Structure (Wicklow County Council RPS No. 25-10) and south-east of Phase 1 residential development.
An existing wooded area (2.83ha.) under the control of the applicant is intended to be utilised as a community park that will be open to all including prospective residents of this second phase of development. Included to the south as Phase 2 is proposed is a running track, soccer pitch, a sports/community centre incorporating 1 no. indoor basketball court, multi-purpose rooms, function room, changing rooms, toilets and storage, and 60 no. car parking spaces dedicated for sport and recreation use and attenuation area to be shared with the third phase of development.
Vehicular and pedestrian access to the proposed development will be from the R772 via a new proposed roundabout junction and a new footpath is proposed along the eastern edge of the R772.
Development will include all associated site infrastructure; potable water, foul and surface water drainage; attenuation areas; public lighting, landscaping works and all associated site development works above and below ground. This application is accompanied by a Natura Impact Statement (NIS).
You can check out planning application no.22983 on eplanning.ie here. The decision is due on November 3rd, with submissions deadline set for October 13th. For July’s objection to An Bord Pleanála, the decision is due on November 1st.
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