Dublin City Council and the Land Development Agency submit a planning application for the development of 543 housing units at former St Teresa's Gardens site
Plans for the regeneration of the former St Teresa’s Gardens at Donore Avenue have been unveiled. Dublin City Council and the Land Development Agency (LDA) today submitted a planning application to An Bord Pleanála for the redevelopment of the lands, to provide for 543 new social and cost rental homes and associated amenities.
The development forms part of a wider masterplan for the area, encompassing two privately-owned sites off SCR to be developed for a mix of residential, commercial and leisure uses, the provision of new parks and public spaces and a new full-size football and sports pitch.
A series of urban blocks are proposed on the LDA site of 6-7 stories height, rising to 15 storeys at the tallest element. The apartments, a mix of social and affordable/cost rental housing, includes one, two and three bedroom units. A retail/ café unit, c 1,000sqm of cultural and community space and a mobility hub also feature. Over 1.000 cycle parking spaces and nearly 90 car parking spaces will be provided throughout the site. New public open spaces and a communal amenity space and playground are also proposed.
The application has now been submitted to An Bord Pleanála for decision. A six week period from today (9th December 2022) applies for the making of observations on the proposals. Full details of the scheme including drawings, imagery and reports can be found at www.donoreprojectpart10.ie. Details of An Bord Pleanála can be found at www.pleanala.ie.