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Brennanstown Road, Cabinteely, Dublin 18
Marlet Property Group
The layout of the development is designed to maximise natural sunlight, views and air into the open space by avoiding a large wall of development along the stream by placing smaller staggered buildings along the edge.
These smaller blocks also increase the amenity value of residents by maximising dual aspect ratios and corner units with multiple views.
No single aspect North or East facing units ensure all units get sunlight during the day.
Most of the houses are East/West facing with rear gardens to the west
Recycling facilities are provided in the basement.
A central heating plant in the basement, will achieve a minimum BER rating of A3 and allow for adaptability to future energy systems.
Car parking is to be provided in the form of on-curtilage car parking, on-street parking and a basement car park for 190 spaces
By re-profiling the flood plane, and creating a landscaped riparian corridor for use by residents of the development and the public which will enhance biodiversity and will provide pedestrian links to Cabinteely Park and out to the Stillorgan QBC/N11.
The Brennanstown Road site is located approximately 500m south east of Cabinteely village, 500m from the boundary of the Cherrywood SDZ lands, 4km away from Sandyford industrial estate and 494m away from the N11 main dual carriageway which links closely to the M50. It will also be 1km away from the Laughanstown LUAS stop once planned connections are opened.
This makes it within walkable distance to a wide range of shops, services and bus routes to the city centre and other destinations. It is well connected in terms of public transport links with a bus stop on the Johnstown road and many buses serving the city centre, Bray and Dun Laoghaire on the N11 Road. The site is also only a matter of minutes from the M50.
The site is close to Sandyford Industrial Estate which is a large commercial hub containing many shops and businesses. It is adjacent to Cabinteely park, a beautiful amenity to the area.
The site is bounded to the east by a stream which is part of the PC/04/14 Greenway corridor linking Cornelcourt to Cherrywood providing a green walkway and cycleway.