Techrete & Teeling Motor Company sites – planning application ref F15A/0362

A new planning application was lodged with Fingal Council on the 4th of August – ref F15A/0362. See full development description below. You can view all details of the application on Fingal Council’s website; –
Full Development Description

Site of c4.4 ha comprising the former Techrete and Teeling Motor Company sites, Baltray Park and the pumping station/maintenance depot site. Development will comprise the following: Demolition of exiting industrial/commercial buildings (c8,162 sq.m gross floor area (GFA)). Construction of a mixed -use development as follows: 200 no. residential units comprising 145 no. apartments within 5 no. blocks (18 no. 1-bed units; 106 no. 2-bed units; and 21 no. 3-bed units, ranging in size from c.55 sq.m to c.170 sq.m). 51 no. 3-4 bed houses ranging in size from c.180 sq.m to c.258 sq.m 4 no. houses for the traveller community each c.117 sq.m 6 no. commercial units (retail, restaurants/cafes, gym) ranging in size from c. 65 sq.m to c.615 sq.m (with optional subdivisions) and creche (c.227 sq.m.). Community Centre (c.1,878 sq.m) comprising a sports hall, changing rooms, meeting rooms, coffee shop, gym/studio, creche, ancillary areas and outdoor sports facilities. Building heights range from 1 to 6 storeys (plus mezzanine). 487 no. car parking spaces of which 390 are basement/undercroft spaces. 332 no. bicycle spaces. 5 no. vehicular entrances. 2 no. ESB substations and 1 no. Bord Gais DRI (c.39.2 sq.m in total) A range of public and semi-public open spaces including a public park, public plaza, residential courtyards and public pedestrian/cyclist routes. De-culverting of the “Bloody Stream” through the site with new riparian strip. All associated site development services provision, landscaping and boundary treatment works. Total GFA of the proposed development is c.34,500 sq.m with c.13,706 sq.m of basement/undercroft area. An EIS (Environmental Impact Statement) and NIS (Natura Impact Statement) will be submitted to the planning authority with the application.