Proposed Student Accommodation for Santry, Dublin 9.

An Bord Pleanala has received an application for permission to build a Student Accommodation development located in Santry, Dublin 9. The proposal involves the redevelopment of the land and will include the demolition of the current commercial and warehouse buildings.

The proposed development will provide a total of 593 bedrooms that will be housed in 72 apartments and 88 Studios, distributed over 5 blocks. Each block is based on a T-shaped floor plan and ranging between four and six storeys in height.

The apartments will offer a mix of four to eight-bedroom units that will each include a shared living, kitchen and dining space and contain rooms with en-suites.

The future residents will enjoy a variety of communal amenities including study areas, a gym, a cinema room, and access to laundry facilities.

While there will only be 3 car parking spaces and 4 motorcycle spaces, residents will be offered a total of 382 bicycle storage spaces which include external covered spaces and visitor spaces.

3D Design Bureau worked closely with the development team to produce verified view montagesarchitectural CGIs and a BRE Daylight and Sunlight Assessment which included impact assessment and scheme performance.

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Architectural CGI of proposed Student Accomodation in Santry, Co. Dublin.
Architectural CGI of proposed Student Accomodation in Santry, Co. Dublin.

Santry Student Accommodation – Full Project Details:

Project Name: Project Nest SHD, Santry

Project Type: Hospitality SHD

Site Location: Shanowen Business Centre, and Kaybee House, Shanowen Road, Santry, Dublin 9 , Co. Dublin.

Stage: Plans Submitted

Planning Documents: Development WebsiteAn Bord Pleanala

Planning Authority: Dublin City Council

Planning Reference: ABPREF313125

Architectural CGI of proposed Student Accomodation in Santry, Co. Dublin.
Architectural CGI of proposed Student Accomodation in Santry, Co. Dublin.

Santry Student Accommodation – Development Team:

Developer: Ravenshire Limited are based in Dublin 3.

Developer: Collen Construction Limited is a leading international construction specialist delivering projects in Ireland, the UK and Europe.

Architect: Coady Partnership Architects is an award-winning practice of highly skilled professionals, specialising in Healthcare, Residential, Workplace, and Education design.

Planning Consultant: John Spain Associates provide a wide range of planning consultancy and development services to their clients.

Archaeologist: Tobar Archaeological Services have successfully completed an extensive range of projects for many clients, varying from one-off house construction to larger infrastructural developments.

Consulting Engineer: O’Connor Sutton Cronin is founded on a reputation for providing award-winning design creativity, excellence and cost-effective solutions without compromise.

Landscape Consultant: Mitchell & Associates are a multi-disciplinary design practice with Landscape Architecture, Masterplanning and Urban Design at its core.

Environmental Engineer: Enviroguide Consulting is a multi-disciplinary consultancy specialising in the areas of Environment, Waste Management, Planning, Engineering and GPS Land Surveying.

Environmental Engineer: AWN Consulting Limited are environmental and acoustic advisors with a vision to become a truly international company whilst sustaining their reputation for technical excellence, creative solutions, meeting promises and adding value.

Development Information Source: Construction Information Services provide comprehensive, reliable, timely, and verified real-time business intelligence to the construction sector.

CGI Consultants3D Design Bureau – are specialists in architectural visualisation, BIM and VR – delivering quality design planning and marketing solutions. They are based in Blackrock, Dublin.

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