Glenveagh Homes Ltd. intends to apply to South Dublin County Council for permission for a Large Scale Residential Development on a site of 6.77 hectares located at lands south of Citywest Avenue and west of Cheeverstown Luas Park and Ride, Brownsbarn, Dublin 24. 

The development will consist of:

  • 384 residential units with a cumulative gross floor area of 33,190.15 sq.m comprising: 

  • 122. houses, consisting of 28 no. two-bed units, 83 no. three-bed units and 11 no. four-bed units, ranging in height from 2-3 storeys. 

  • 84 duplex units, consisting of 48 no. one-bedroom units and 36 no. three-bedroom units, ranging in height from 2-3 storeys. 

  • 178 apartments consisting of 43 no. one bedroom units and 135 no. two-bedroom units, ranging in height from 5-7 storeys.

  • tenant amenity floorspace with a gross floor area of 139 sq.m. 

  • 1.49 ha of public open space including a public plaza and 0.15 ha of communal amenity space;

  • the provision of a childcare facility with a gross floor area of 239 sq.m and associated play area;

  • the provision of 361 car parking spaces, including 10 no. disabled parking spaces and 16 no. reserved for visitor parking and 3 no. reserved for creche staff.

  • the provision of 734 bicycle parking spaces, including 472 residents bicycle parking spaces and 262 visitor cycle spaces.

  • vehicular access is proposed via 3 access points including the existing Kingswood roundabout on Citywest Avenue to the north, The Walk to the west, and from the park and ride access road at the eastern end of the site. Dedicated pedestrian/cyclist links are proposed throughout the site.

  • ESB substation, 3 x ESB kiosks, rooftop solar photovoltaics, landscaping and all ancillary site and development works.