Re: Re: well what about the developments popping up in the shannonside ?
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This is the application for the area in upper henry street behind the old council offices,this site is crrently occupied by some fairly decrepid buildings and one or 2 have been derelict for around 15 years!, one of these buildings contains the hiv/aids mural,(i think it was a take off of the us army recruitment posters,with uncle sam pointing his finger) that used to freak me out when i was younger!
Demolition of sheds and structures at 23 Henry St.; Demolition of 24 Henry St. and the sheds and extensions to the rear; Demolition of the sheds and structures to the rear of 76-78 O’Connell St.; Demolition of a boundary wall and two toilet and stair returns to the rear of 79-83 O’Connell St. Construction of a pedestrian access and ancillary maintenance works to the archway at Hartstonge St. Excavation and construction of a basement car park on the site, to include the widening of Savins Lane and the provision of a through road from Savins Lane to Hartstonge St. via the Archway, Hartstonge St., a Protected Structure. Construction of a single six storey building fronting 23/24 Henry St. with 44 apartments (2 one bedroom and 42 two bedroom), ground floor and basement retail and ground floor office use. Construction of a single six storey building to the rear of 76-83 O’Connell St., with 74 apartments (6 one bedroom & 66 two bedroom & 2 three
And this is for the site immediately next door,
for the demolition of the existing buildings, out-buildings and structures at the above addresses, the construction of a basement car park including a retail storage area and the construction of a sixth storey building over to include four retail shops at ground level including all associated ancillary accommodation, first floor suite with 24 apartments over including all associated site works and site development works. This proposal is located in an architectural conservation area and no. 24, 25 and 26 Henry St. are Protected Structures.
Thankfully roches stores havent got permission to retain the liddy streets buildings for storage,if the city council were any good theyd totally reject it and tell roches they’re in breach of the city centre development plan although then again who would have any confidence in them hopeless shower!..