This is the site notice for the proposed development site.
The deadline for submissions is the 12th of February 2018. The development has Dublin City Council planning reference 4653/17.
The site notice reads:
Part 9 Planning and Development Regulations 2001 S.I. 600/2001
The Commissioner of Public Works in Ireland, on behalf of the Department of Justice and Equality and An Garda Síochána
In accordance with Part 9 of S.I. No. 600/2001, Planning and Development Regulations 2001 (as amended), propose to construct a new Garda Security and Crime Operations Centre at Military Road, Dublin 8.
The proposed development will consist of: The construction of a new 10,060 sq.m six and four storey office building with a green roof and central atrium, over two floors of 9,275 sq.m basement car parking with ancillary accommodation, on a site of circa 0.86 ha. The area of development is within the curtilage of two Protected Structures: the Phoenix Deer Park Wall (Reference 5246) and the East Gate Lodge (Reference 5245). In order to facilitate the development, the removal of some of the existing stone walls and the existing modern blockwork shed of 105 sq.m is required. A section of the boundary wall along Military Road will also be removed to allow for a new secure vehicular access into the site. The development will also include for the provision of hard and soft landscaping, a new stone boundary wall to Military Road, an ESB substation, a 7 metre Garda telecommunication mast on the sixth storey core roof, a 415 sq.m single storey services building with a green roof, new foul drainage, attenuated surface water drainage and all ancillary site structures and works. Drawings and particulars of the proposed development are available for inspection between 9.30 am and 12.30 pm and between 2.30 pm and 5.00 pm, Monday to Friday for a period of 6 weeks (the period between 24th day of December and the first day of January, both days inclusive, shall be disregarded) beginning on the date of publication of this notice at:
The Office of Public Works, Head Office, Trim, Co. Meath,
The Office of Public Works (Major Projects), 52 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin 2.
Submissions and/ or observations with respect to the proposed development, dealing with the proper planning and development of the area in which the development is situated, may be made in writing within a period of 6 weeks (the period between the 24th day of December and the first day of January, both days inclusive, shall be disregarded) beginning on the date of publication of this notice to:
The Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland, Office of Public Works (Major Projects), 52 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin 2.