Residential Cjfa Architecture Maypark Lane Housing Co  Waterford 1
Project:

Residential Development, Maypark Lane, Co. Waterford, Ireland

Location:

Maypark Lane, Co. Waterford, Ireland

Client:

Glanbia Estates

Sector:

Residential; Private Sector

Key Numbers:

46 No. New 2-Storey Detached, Semi-Detached, and Terraced, Dwelling Houses

A residential development comprising of 46 No. 2-storey detached, semi-detached and terraced dwelling houses, associated works and works to improve woodland public open space.

The proposed development will also consist of the demolition of an existing Depot. The proposed accommodation will consist of 23 No. 4 Bedroom detached houses (170.0sq.m), 16 No. 4 bedroom detached houses (121.6sq.m), 4 No. 3 bedroom semi-detached houses (91.6sq.m) & 3 No. 3 bedroom terrace houses (91.6sq.m).

All of the above works to be undertaken complete with new vehicular entrance to Maypark Lane, carparking, demolition of existing structures, internal access roads, landscaping, reinstatement of existing pond and all associated site works at site of existing Depot, Maypark Lane, Waterford.

Key to the development of these proposals was taking into account the characteristics of the local context and to provide only uses which would be compatible with the existing adjoining uses and as such would have minimal impact on the existing housing around the site. An existing woodland has been a key feature and characteristic of the area since it was developed along with a 19th Century neightbouring house.

The introduction of proposed improvements to the woodland secures its long term future and its retention as an important green feature within the built up area, this is also further reinforced by the creation of large public open space areas within the site which incorporate a number of the trees on site which are the subject of a tree preservation order. These items have been key to the design development and have been retained as important components of the overall development throughout the design process. The resultant proposal takes advantage of its unique woodland setting by re-establishing the existing woodland amenity, and setting the homes within this.

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