The Fruitmarket Partnership, intend to apply to An Bord Pleanála for permission for a ‘Shared Accommodation’ Strategic Housing Development (SHD) at a site bounded by Mary’s Lane to the south, Halston Street to the west and Little Green Street to the east, opposite the Fruit Market Market and on a site bound by Cuckoo Lane to the south and by Halston Street to the east, opposite St. Michan’s Park, Dublin 7, Co. Dublin. The site includes Nos. 16/17 Halston Street, Dublin 7 (D07 DK37), 4/5 Little Green Street, Dublin 7 (D07 YV78), 2 Little Green Street, Dublin 7 (D07 P983), 6 Mary’s Lane, Dublin 7 (D07 VEF1), 8 Mary’s Lane, Dublin 7 (D07 W985) and 21 Halston Street, Dublin 7 (D07 PC62). No.17 Halston Street is a Protected Structure (RPS No. 3506).
The Fruitmarket Partnership are seeking planning permission from An Bord Pleanála for an urban regeneration, residential development in the Markets area of Dublin 7. The development proposal is based on the Shared Accommodation concept, providing co-living in apartment clusters. The ground floor of all blocks will accommodate shared amenity spaces, services and co-working areas for residents of the proposed development. Block A contains additional facilities such as a gym, workshop and studio space at first floor level. Blocks A, B and C are linked via an courtyard at ground floor level. Block A will form a new urban edge to Mary’s Lane and includes a café facing out towards the urban realm opposite the City Fruit and Vegetable Market. Block D will face on to the west side of St. Michan’s Park.
The proposed residential scheme is set out in 4 blocks. The entire scheme provides 360 bedrooms in 61 units, giving up to 506 bedspaces. The apartment clusters in Blocks A, B and C comprise 3, 5 and 6 bedroom units. Block D incorporates a variety of layouts of 6, 11, 19 and 20 bedrooms clusters. All bedrooms are designed to provide a generous level of accommodation in single, twin and accessible typologies.
Roost will operate and manage the Shared Accommodation/Co-Living community.
The documents displayed on this website are identical to the application documents submitted to An Bord Pleanála, Dublin City Council and the Prescribed Bodies. These documents will be available to inspect on this web site from the date that the application is lodged with An Bord Pleanála up until 8 weeks after the Board has issued its decision on this application. This is in accordance with Section 301(3) of the Planning & Development Regulations of 2017.