Pelletstown (D7/15) station PP application
DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL
We Iarnród Éireann Intend to apply for: PERMISSION for development at this site: Pelletstown, Royal Canal Avenue, Dublin 7.
The development will consist of: Construction of a new railway station incorporating, 2no 174m long x 3m wide passenger platforms either side of the Sligo to Dublin railway line.
A footbridge spanning the railway connecting the proposed platforms, with 2no staircases and 2no ramps of a gradient of 1:20.
Platforms to incorporate, lighting, CCTV, ticket vending machines, railings, seating, shelters, commercial advertising, driver operating monitors, public address, customer information signs, directional and station signage.
Construction of a footbridge over the Royal Canal to provide access from Royal Canal Avenue.
Construction of stepped and ramped access from Ashington Park.
Installation of street lighting to footpaths extending from the proposed access at Ashington Park.
Clearing of existing vegetation between the park and the railway. Partial demolition of the existing boundary wall and installation of new sections of boundary wall at the ends of the platform. Landscaping between the park and the rear of the proposed new platform.
Installation of a dedicated pedestrian and cycle path across the park including disabled parking bays at Ashington Park.
Installation of street lighting to bridge over the Royal Canal as well as the immediate vicinity of Royal Canal Avenue where required.
Partial demolition of the existing boundary fence along the canal and installation of new sections of boundary fencing at the ends of the platform.
Landscaping between the canal and the rear of the proposed new platform. Installation of an ESB kiosk at Royal Canal Avenue. Construction of a Telecoms Equipment Room at the eastern end of the proposed platforms with access road from Ratoath Road.
The total works involved cover an area of approx. 2200 sq m of plan area, and approx 20 linear meters of street frontage.
The Planning Application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy at the Offices of Dublin City Council during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the Authority in writing on payment of a prescribed fee within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the Authority of the application.