Multiple Dwellings on Haysmouth Parade and Bayview Terrace, Clontarf Proposed

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An  application for a multiple dwelling development on Haysmouth Parade and Bayview Terrace, Clontarf has been lodged.

The subject site is located at 12-18 Haysmouth Parade and 27 Bayview Terrace, Clontarf, consisting of six lots with a total area of 3,150sqm and has a direct water frontage to Hayes Inlet.

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Lynton Family Trust’s development application seeks approval to establish a seven-storey apartment complex containing 30 three-bedroom and 10 two-bedroom units with ground floor and rooftop communal recreation spaces.

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Designed by Mark Williams Architects, the proposed apartment building will have varying heights ranging from 19.6 metres to the roof of the dwelling units, to 22.2 metres to the small roofed area over the rooftop recreation area.

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Roofdeck
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The building is predominantly seven storeys in height, however, an area on the rooftop will be provided as communal recreation space, creating a partial 8th level.

Basement 2
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The proposal provides a total of 96 car parking spaces over two levels — 86 at the basement levels, and 10 visitor spaces, including a disabled parking space, at ground level — accessible via a new driveway on the eastern end of the Haysmouth Parade frontage.

Basement 1
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Each apartment unit will have access to communal open space areas, with a total area  of 781sqm, consisting of a ground level pool and recreation area and a rooftop terrace area.

Ground Floor
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A dedicated pedestrian access will be provided alongside and separated from the driveway crossover with the main foyer entry to the building accessible from the street.

Level 1
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Level 1 will contain seven units — five two-bedroom units and two three-bedroom units — with larger private open spaces in the form of a terrace areas. 

Level 2
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Level 6
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Perspective (Haysmouth Parade)
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Levels 2-3 and 4-6 share a common floor plate, with each level having six units — five  3-bedroom units and one 2-bedroom unit. 

According to the plan, the external terrace areas facing progressively will step back from Level 1 to Levels 2-3, then to Levels 4-6, thereby increasing the setback to the north and southwestern boundaries.