Property developer Tudor Homes has been granted permission by Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council for the construction of 342 residential units in Cabinteely.
The site is located just south of Cabinteely Village in the townland of Brennanstown and is surrounded by Lehaunstown Lane to the west, Carrickmines Stream to the south and Cabinteely stream to the east
The development will consist of 342 homes, comprising of 189 apartments in four blocks, 28 duplex units, 60 triplex units and 65 four-bedroom houses.
A childcare facility and an ancillary open space will also be introduced on the ground floor of the apartment block.
The description of the proposal says that permission is sought for the construction of a “temporary haul road” which will run to the N11 during the site’s development.
“This temporary haul route would connect directly to the N11 via the proposed Junction Q and includes for a culvert, or temporary bridge crossing at the Cabinteely Stream,” it reads.
The development will also include the construction of ancillary waste storage facilities, a waste recycling collection area and 565 car parking spaces – comprising of 257 spaces at basement level and 308 on the surface.
Late last year, Tudor Homes lost permission to construct 367 housing units in Cherrywood after a woman living beside the proposed complex brought the case to the High Court and had the originally granted permission quashed.