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No Decision  Diageo Brewery bounded by James's Street Watling Street Victoria Quay and Steeven's Lane Dublin 8

2022

Jul 7th

Application Received

Jan 1st

Decision Due Date
  • Submitted to Dublin City Council, 07 / 07 / 2022
  • Application Type: Permission
  • Current Status: Registered Application
  • Decision Text: N/A
  • Decision Summary: No Decision
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The description of development is as follows: Removal of existing fence through the site and development of a Nitrogen Generation Plant to produce nitrogen enriched gas for use in the production of beer at a site located centrally within the brewery site. The development will include a lattice style cold box Instillation tower to a height of c. 26m, 2 no. cylindrical storage tanks to a height of c.21m and plant and ... Signup to read full development description
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    390m 29/07/2022 N/A Lands at Guinness Brewery to the South of James Street Dublin 8 PROTECTED STRUCTURE: Application for a ten year planning permission for development at a site of 4.58 ha at the existing Guinness Brewery lands to the South of James Street, Dublin 8. The site is bound by James's Street and Thomas Street West to the north, St. James's Church (a Protected Structure), Echlin Street and Robert Street to the west, Grand Canal Place to the south west, Portland Street West, Robert Street, Market Street South and Bellevue to the South and Bellevue (also known as Sugar House Lane) and Crane Street to the east. The application site contains a number of Protected Structures including No's 61-82 James's Street (RPS Ref 4028-4045, 4047), James's Street Gateway (RPS Ref 4046), and sits adjacent to the Guinness Building (RPS Ref 7383), the Guinness Storehouse (RPS Ref 7382), St. James's Parochial Hall (RPS Ref 4019), and St. James's Roman Catholic Church (RPS Ref 4020). The development consists of the redevelopment and repurposing of the site to include for a mixed-use development across 15 no. Plots including 2 no. new hotels (Plots 4 & 5), 5 no. new commercial office buildings (Plots 1,3, 6/7, 9 &15), 6 no. new residential buildings (Plot 2, 8 & 11-14) (including for some Build To Rent in Plot 2) containing a total of 336 no. units (45 no. studios, 88 no. 1 beds, 3 no. 2-beds (3 Person), 163 no. 2-beds (4 Person) and 37 no. 3 beds), a Markethall (Plot 10), a Foodhall (Plot 9), retail/cafe/restaurant/public house/bar uses (inc. licensed premises), community and cultural spaces and extensive new public realm and squares with a total above ground gross floor area of c.126,941 sq.m (GFA excl. below ground areas, basement, and service yard in Plot 9). The proposed development includes for both the demolition of existing structures (c.48,678 sq.m), primarily existing office and former industrial buildings, and the retention of key conservation features including existing protected structures and existing site walls. The development includes for the refurbishment and extension of a number of Protected Structures. A summary of the key elements is set out a follows: 1. Plot 1- Proposed new commercial office building with complementary ground floor uses, on Portland St West and Grand Canal Place, with a total above ground gross floor area of c. 30,598 sq.m ranging in height from 8 to 10 storeys including a rooftop setback (max. height of c. 58.7m OD). The site is currently occupied by the redundant Brewhouse No. 3 complex and the Northeast Extension (NEX). -The ground level (Level 00) and perimeter is activated through the provision of a mix of retail/cafe/restaurant and public house/bar/restaurant spaces, in addition to reception spaces for the offices of double height in addition to plant and substations. The ground floor contains 2 no. public house/bar/restaurant units of c.303 sq.m and c.243 sq.m, 1 no. retail/cafe/restaurant unit of c.141 sq.m, 1 no. multipurpose space (ground only) of c.683 sq.m. -The multipurpose space, with a total area of c. 1,090 sq.m, provides for theatrical and music events, trade shows and exhibitions in a flexible format, with provision for an audience of up to 280 people in a seated format. It is provided with ancillary support spaces at ground level and space at levels 01 and 02 and entrances from the surrounding streets. -The ground floor also includes tenant amenity spaces, escape stair egress locations, car ramp and bike stair entrances to basement, and ESB substation facilities. -To the south west and the interface with Grand Canal Street, the curved existing brickwork pier and infill wall and Guinness gates are proposed to be retained, with discreet openings proposed to the existing infill panels. -The building is proposed to be sub divisible into two entities with separate entrances to the east and west facades. At 03, 06, 07, 08 levels external terraces are provided and at roof level, floor 09, a roof garden is provided. A fully enclosed plant area is provided at level 08 above the west building. -The roof garden is proposed as an extensive amenity area accessible by the occupants of the building, extensively landscaped. It includes access and egress from the two office cores via bridges across the top of the atria, and an additional rooftop pavilion of c. 61 sq.m. The roofscape is heavily planted and landscaped and features a pedestrian walkway, seating zones and gathering spaces. -The development sits above a two level basement, accessed from Portland St West, sitting below the building and the adjacent Plot 3 (commercial office building) and Plot 2 (Residential BTR Building) and containing ventilation and general plant spaces, ancillary facilities for the commercial offices and 199 no. car parking spaces (179 under Plot 1 only), associated staff changing facilities and circulation zones. 2. Plot 2- Proposed new build-to-rent residential building, on the western side of the site adjacent the existing Open Gate Brewery and existing No. 2 Brewery, at 16 storeys in height (max. height of c. 75.8m OD) containing 90 build to rent residential units. -The 90 units are provided in 45 no. studios, 15 no. 1-beds, 30 no. 2 beds (4 Person). The ground floor of the building contains a concierge office of c. 62.4 sq.m, a combined internal shared residential amenity of c. 238.7 sq.m and an external, landscaped residential communal open space at ground level of c. 603 sq.m, to the west. An additional, ancillary, landscaped, outdoor space of c. 120 sq.m of is provided to the north-east of the building for use by residents. -A new basement level is proposed containing 98 no. secure, covered long stay cycle parking spaces for residents, 16 no. short stay visitor cycle spaces, storage rooms and plant space forming part of the wider Plot 1 basement. -A standalone, single storey 'North Pavilion' to the east of Plot 2 containing a Cultural/Leisure Space of c. 85 sqm and an ESB substation serving the building. 3. Plot 3- Proposed repurposing and extension of existing No. 2 Brewery to accommodate a commercial office, with a total above ground gross floor area of c.14,810 sq.m with associated facilities, ranging in height from 5 to 7 storeys (max height of c. 51.4m OD). To facilitate the redevelopment of the buildings as commercial offices the following works are proposed: -The height of the existing Front Wing Building is extended by 2 no. floors above the existing masonry enclosure in a modern pattern of framed openings, set back at the uppermost level increasing the existing building from a current height of 3 storeys plus mansard roof to 5 storeys. -The height of the existing No. 2 Brewery Building is extended by 2 no. floors above the existing masonry enclosure in a modern pattern of framed openings, set back at the uppermost level, level increasing the existing building from a current height of c. 5 storeys equivalent to 7 storeys. -At ground level in the Front Wing Building a reception/retail space to include a brand store of c.350 sq.m is provided. -External roof terraces are provided at Level 03, 04 and 05 on the southern elevation, Level 04 and 06 on the northern elevation and Level 05 on the eastern elevation. -The existing buildings are retained and the external elevations are cleaned and refurbished in line with best conservation practice. The interior structure is replaced with a modern structure to support the proposed use of the building as a commercial office. -The interior elements for retention include the distinctive internal tiling to the inside face of external walls, the existing cast iron and jack arch construction of The Front Wing and the ground floor staircase of The Front Wing from Ground Level 00 to Level 01 and the existing staircase of The Front Wing from Ground Level 00 to Level 01 is proposed to be relocated to the base of the proposed atrium to link in with proposed levels. -The roof of the Brewhouse building is provided with a northlight profile plant screen and includes screening roof mounted plant and forming a roof mounted photovoltaic array. -The southern elevation of The Front Wing is removed and replaced with a modern metal clad facade which extends to the south. The modern party wall of the southern elevation of the No. 2 Brewery is removed and replaced with a contemporary metal framed facade. -The redundant industrial interior structures, roof structure (including the modern structure and finishes to the mansard of the Admin building), redundant copper and modern finishes/ cladding elements are carefully removed. -Existing timber and metal windows are proposed to be retained and refurbished in line with best conservation practice. Externally the existing spiral stair to the north elevation is proposed to be retained and conserved in place and the ground level glazed openings are replaced with modern glazing and frames and an integrated metal lining is added to the proposed reception area entrance. -A new extended basement level with appropriate retention structures is formed to the building, expanding east and west from the existing part basement at a slightly lower level to accommodate staff changing facilities, 17 no. car-parking, 3no. motorbike parking spaces, secure bicycle parking and plant rooms and which is accessed from the wider Plot 1 basement. 4. Plot 4- The proposed sensitive retention and extension including minor demolitions of existing Protected Structures of the Front Offices- West, Central & East Blocks at 61-82 James' Street (Protected Structure RPS. Ref. No 4028 - 4045) and change of use to proposed 100- bed hotel with a total above ground gross floor area of c.6,841 sq.m, at 4 to 6 storeys in height (max. height of c. 40.4m OD), with associated ground floor bar/reception/meeting rooms/restaurant uses. The proposed external works include: -James' St elevation: Refurbishment and cleaning of brickwork and stonework throughout retaining painted flanking elevations to St James Gate (Gate no 1), refurbishment of existing gate no.2 to James St (Brewers Gate); refurbishment of all perimeter railings at Level 00 with alterations to suit reinstated and altered entrances as noted below; refurbishment of ironwork cresting on Front Office centre block mansard roof; refurbishment/replacement where required of existing rainwater goods with matching materials; replacement of all modern aluminium windows with traditional timber up and down sash windows (with installation of secondary glazing as required for internal acoustic quality); reinstatement of original doors in two locations in Georgian terrace and associated reinstatement of street access with new steps and amended railings to James Street; widening of steps to new hotel main entrance at Front Office centre block on James St together with installation of 'sesame'-type integrated platform lift and adjustment of historic railings and lamps to suit; new access steps to street and associated adjustment to railings, alterations to existing windows to form new door and blinding of window adjacent; landscape features to basement areas visible from James St; sundry new signage in noted locations, to later detail. Demolition of modern c 1980s metal roof to Georgian Terrace nos.77 -81 James Street and its replacement by new metal-clad, 2 storey high roof extension set back 2.4m behind parapet to James St. including new balustrade and access bridges at two levels, also landscaped roof garden terrace at parapet level. New 4 storey high metal clad gateway with opening doors set in front of Gate 2 (Brewers Gate), with metal cladding lining side walls to existing central archway between Georgian terrace and Front Office centre block. Removal of existing dormers in roof above Front Office centre block and replacement with new metal clad dormer windows in same positions at Level 03, (metal roof cresting unaffected). -East, South and West elevations: Refurbishment and cleaning of brickwork and stonework throughout; refurbishment/replacement where required of existing rainwater goods with matching materials; replacement of all modern aluminium windows with traditional timber up and down sash windows (with installation of secondary glazing as required for internal acoustic quality). Demolition of modern c. 1980s return to rear of St James Gate and its replacement by new 4 storey concrete clad bedroom extension; Demolition of mid-20th century catering block and its replacement with second hotel on Plot 5 (see below) including all making good of connections between catering block and historic buildings. Removal of plaster from facade of the Cash Office and making good of brickwork behind; excavation of Level 00 outside south facade of the Cash Office to provide new external sunken terrace area, installation of new metal windows to Cash Office facades, removal of Perspex c.1980s roof lights above Cash Office corridor and replacement in same location with new glazed roof lights; refurbishment of all retained decorative metalwork to gantries and roof level, including plant areas; removal of redundant soil pipes to south facades; demolition of 3rd floor WC block on south facade and its replacement with mansard roof and dormers as shown; removal of existing dormers in roof above Front Office centre block and r... login required. Details...
    250m 19/07/2022 N/A Guinness Open Gate Brewery 53 James's Street Dublin 8 D08 X2N The description of development is as follows: alterations to the northern facade of the Open Gate Brewery as follows: the installation of a piperack to the facade of the building at ground and first floors; the installation of an external cable tray to the faca... login required. Details...
    440m 01/07/2022 N/A Site at junction of St. John's Road West and Military Road Kilmainham Dublin 8 Permission for the continuation of temporary use, as previously granted under planning permission reference number 3295/10 and 3614/17 of the existing development at this site at the junction of St. John's Road West and Military Road, Kilmainham, Dublin 8 with access from Military Road. Kilmainham. The existing development consists of the installation of service plant items to facilitate the operations of the existing data centre. The service plant is currently housed in a number of cabins on a temporary basis. Plannin... login required. Details...
    40m 27/06/2022 APPLICATION DECLARED INVALID Diageo Brewery bounded by James's Street Watling Street Victoria Quay and Steven's Lane Dublin 8 The description of development is as follows: -Removal of existing fence through the site and development of a Nitrogen Generation Plant to produce nitrogen enriched gas for use in the production of beer at a site located centrally within the brewery site. The development will include a lattice style cold box Instillation tower to a height of c. 26 m, 2 no. cylindrical storage tanks to a height of c. 21m and plant and ... login required. Details...
    490m 22/06/2022 Grant Exemption Certificate 9 Montpelier Court, Dublin 7. EXPP: To convert attic storage space to bedroom. To insulate attic and improve the BER rating of the property.... login required. Details...
    440m 22/06/2022 APPLICATION DECLARED INVALID Site at junction of St. John's Road West and Military Road Kilmainham Dublin 8 with access from Military Road Permission for the continuation of temporary use, as previously granted under planning permission reference number 3295/10 of the existing development at this site junction of St. John's Road West and Military Road, Kilmainham, Dublin 8, with access from Military Road. The development consists of the installation of service plant items to facilitate the operations of the existing Data Centre. The service plant is currently housed in a number of cabins on a temporary basis. Planning permission is sough... login required. Details...
    440m 15/06/2022 Grant Social Housing Exemption Cert 26, Parkgate Street, Dublin 8 SHEC: New 5 storey Building containing 4no. one bedroom apartments. One per floor at upper levels and (ground floor retail unit).... login required. Details...
    440m 09/06/2022 REFUSE PERMISSION 26 Parkgate Street Dublin 8 Planning permission for demolition of existing three storey mid-terrace building (172 sq.m.) at 26 Parkgate Street, Dublin 8 and the erection of a five storey building (397 sq.m.) containing 4 no. one bed... login required. Details...
    180m 02/06/2022 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Former An Post Building 109 James's Street Dublin 8 D08 H9E4 PROTECTED STRUCTURE: The development will consist of amendments to a previous permission (Reg. Ref: 2881/21) as follows: Construction of a basement plant area (c. 71m2) and access stairs. Enlargement of the permitted bin store from 16m2 to 18m2. The permitted entrance lobby to the west of the building is to be replaced with an extension of 29m2 which will provide a revised dishwashing area to the south of the building. The internal layout is altered ... login required. Details...
    300m 19/05/2022 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Site of former No. 2 Brewery which incorporates the Brew Hall Building and connected Front Wing Building and which is part of the existing Guinness Brewery lands to the South of James's Street Dublin 8 Permission for development at a site of 0.7 ha at the former No. 2 Brewery, which incorporates the Brew Hall Building and connected Front Wing Building, and which is part of the existing Guinness Brewery lands to the South of James's Street, Dublin 8. The site is bound by the Open Gate Brewery to the north-west, former Front Offices (Protected Structures) along James's St to the north, St. James's Church (a Protected Structure) and Echlin Street to the west, Grand Canal Place to the south west and the Guinness Brewery site to the east and south. The development consists of the redevelopment and repurposing of the former No. 2 Brewery to accommodate a commercial office, of c.16,413 sq.m with associated facilities and the demolition of the adjacent unused former Brewhouse Water Tank building, unused Wet Grain Silos, which form part of the former Guinness Flavour Extract Plant 1 (known as GFE1), and partial demolition of former No. 3 Brewery to the west and south of the No. 2 Brewery Building (total demolition of c.12,923 sq.m). To facilitate the redevelopment of the buildings as commercial offices the following works are proposed: The height of the existing Front Wing Building is extended by 2 no. floors above the existing masonry enclosure in a modern pattern of framed openings, set back at the uppermost level increasing the existing building from a current height of 3 storeys plus mansard roof (c. 40.09m OD) to 5 storeys (max height of c. 39.33m OD). The height of the existing No. 2 Brewery Building is extended by 2 no. floors above the existing masonry enclosure in a modern pattern of framed openings, set back at the uppermost level, level increasing the existing building from a current height of c. 5 storeys equivalent (c. 44.84m OD) to 7 storeys (max height of c. 51.35m OD). External roof terraces are provided at 3rd, 4th and 5th floor level on the southern elevation, 4th and 6th floor level on the northern elevation and 5th floor level on the eastern elevation. The existing buildings are retained and the external elevations are cleaned and refurbished in line with best conservation practice. The interior structure is replaced with a modern structure to support the proposed use of the building as a commercial office. The space is provided with a central top lit glazed atrium space, which rises from level 00 to roof level. The central atrium space features a new steel structure recreating the spirit and aesthetic of the original industrial structure. The interior elements for retention incl... login required. Details...
    230m 06/05/2022 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 98 James's Street Dublin 8 D08 W5HW PROTECTED STRUCTURE: Upgrade of existing timber gated entrance to new automated timber gate fronting James's Street. Upgrade of external rear escape stairs including additional handrails. The addition of a new shower room, toilet room alterations and first aid room, the provision of four new timber windows (including reinstatement of one existing blocked-up window ope) to replace existing at basement level. The addition ... login required. Details...
    230m 26/04/2022 APPLICATION DECLARED INVALID 98 James's Street Dublin 8 PROTECTED STRUCTURE: Upgrade of existing timber gated entrance to new automated timber gate fronting James's Street. Upgrade of external rear escape stairs including additional handrails. The addition of a new shower room, toilet room alterations and first aid room, the provision of four new timber windows (including reinstatement of one existing blocked-up window ope) to replace existing at basement level. The addition ... login required. Details...
    490m 04/03/2022 GRANT PERMISSION Nos. 28-31 Benburb Street & Nos. 6-9 Wood Lane Dublin 7 The development will consist of revised site boundary alignments and treatments to the staggered western boundary to Law Society lands pursuant to previous grant of planning permission P.A. reference 3655/19.... login required. Details...
    460m 04/03/2022 GRANT PERMISSION 10 Ushers Island Dublin 8 D08 A586 The development will consist of demolition of the existing single storey building (389sq.m which has been previously approved under Reg. Ref. 3503/16) which extends from Ushers Island to Island Street and the construction of a mixed used development to Ushers Island comprising of 48.8sq.m commercial space for an office to ground floor along with private access to residential amen... login required. Details...
    300m 28/02/2022 GRANT PERMISSION St. Patrick's University Hospital Campus James's Street Dublin 8 PROTECTED STRUCTURE: Planning permission for development on a site (0.156 ha) located within St. Patrick's University Hospital campus, James's Street, Dublin 8 (overall site area of c.4.2 ha, which includes a Protected Structure; Dublin City Council RPS Ref. 856). The development will consist of maintenance and upgrade works to the original building (Protected Structure) including external repairs to roofs, ... login required. Details...
    490m 23/02/2022 APPLICATION DECLARED INVALID Nos. 28-31 Benburb Street & Nos. 6-9 Wood Lane Dublin 7 The development will consist of revised site boundary alignments and treatments to the staggered western boundary to law society lands pursuant to previous grant of planning permission P.A. reference 3655/19.... login required. Details...
    460m 18/02/2022 APPLICATION DECLARED INVALID 10 Ushers Island Dublin 8 D08 A586 The development will consist of demolition of the existing single storey building (389 sqm which has been previously approved under Reg. Ref. 3503/16) which extends from Ushers Island to Island Street and the construction of a mixed use development to Ushers Island comprising of 48.8 sqm commercial space to ground floor along with private access to residential amenities space including b... login required. Details...
    470m 17/01/2022 GRANT PERMISSION 26 Montpelier Hill Arbour Hill Dublin 7 D07 R821 PROTECTED STRUCTURE: The development will consist of the change of use from commercial to residential, including: 1) The removal of internal modern partitions at ground and first floor levels; 2) The removal of 2 nos. modern WCs and provision of new stairs from basement to half-landing and reinstatement of existing stairs from... login required. Details...
    290m 11/01/2022 REFUSE PERMISSION Site to the rear of St. James Roman Catholic Church James's Street Dublin 8 with access onto Echlin Street . PROTECTED STRUCTURE: planning permission for the development will consist of 3 converted shipping containers, single storey in height for use as a temporary cafe/retail unit for a period of 3 years on a se... login required. Details...
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