REDESDALE RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION
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Committee - Redesdale Residents Association
28 Dale Road Planning Permission Refused
Summary of Reasons and Considerations
- The proposed development, in providing just two car parking spaces to serve the entire development, would materially contravene Section 18.104.22.168 and Table 8.2.4 of the Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Development Plan 2016 – 2022; would result in an over-reliance on the public road to cater for the parking demand generated by the development and would set an undesirable precedent for similar development proposals
- It is considered that the laneway from which all residential access and servicing is proposed, is substandard in both width and alignment and significant conflict would occur between pedestrians and vehicles at this location, endangering public safety by reason of traffic hazard.
- The proposed development, and in particular Unit 1 fails to comply with the SPPR 5 of the ‘Sustainable Urban Housing: Design Standards for New Apartments Guidelines for Planning Authorities’, 2018 in relation to the floor-to-ceiling heights of ground floor apartment units.
- By virtue of its scale and form, it is considered that the proposed development would result in a visually discordant presence in the streetscape, significantly detracting from the area in terms of visual amenity. The proposed development would therefore be contrary to the proper planning and sustainable development of the area.
The Redesdale Residents Association has an extremely important role in looking after the interests of residents and the well being and sense of community within our area, and all aspects of community enhancement. Also when dealing with neighborhood issues that effect us all, there is strength in numbers when influencing decision makers and working with local authorities in maintaining and improving our area. Support by way of an annual subscription provides funds for the Redesdale Residents Association to operate.
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