Conservation Section, Planning & Development Department Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8 An Rannóg Caomhantais, An Roinn Pleanála agus Forbairt Maoine Oifigí na Cathrach, An Ché Adhmaid, Baile Átha Cliath 8 T. 01 222 3927 F. 01 222 2830 28th June 2021(updated from 8th June 2021) To the Chairperson and Members of the South East Area Committee Initiation of the Statutory Process for the Proposed Addition of Garland House, 28-30 Rathmines Park, Rathmines, Dublin 6, to the Record of Protected Structures in accordance with Section 54 and 55 of the Planning and Development Act, 2000 (as amended). The initiation of the statutory addition process was noted by the South East Area Committee of Dublin City Council at its monthly meeting held on 14 th of June 2021. PHOTOGRAPH OF STRUCTURE Introduction It is proposed to initiate procedures under Section 54 and Section 55 of the Planning & Development Act 2000 (as amended) to add ‘Garland House, 28-30 Rathmines Park, Rathmines, Dublin 6’ to Dublin City Council’s Record of Protected Structures. Request for Addition  Rathmines Initiative, dated 11/02/2021.  Councillor Mary Freehill, dated 27/04/2021.  Councillor James Geoghegan, dated 28/04/2021. Summary of Reasons for Seeking Addition  Rathmines Initiative made a submission to the Pre-Draft Public Consultation Strategic Issues Paper for the Dublin City Development Plan 2022-2028 (Submission Portal Reference DCC-C18-ISSUE-718), dated 11 th February 2021 recommending the inclusion to the Record of Protected Structures of the Former Second Church of Christ Scientist (also referred to as Garland House), Rathmines Park, Rathmines, Dublin 6.  Councillor Mary Freehill made representation, dated 27th April 2021 to Dublin City Councils’ Planning and Property Development Department for the inclusion of Garland House to the Record of Protected Structures. The representation highlighted the well preserved interior and exterior of the building, recommending its inclusion on the Record of Protected Structures in light of its historical significance and architectural design quality.  Councillor James Geoghegan made representation, dated 28 th May 2021 to the Dublin City Council South East Area Committee, (reference Q.92 South East Area Committee 10th May 2021) for the inclusion of Garland House to the Record of Protected Structures. The representation identified the former Church of Christ Scientist at Rathmines Park, built in 1923 as a historically important building. Methodology for Assessing 20th Century Structures In November 2019, the Planning and Property Development SPC agreed a methodology to expedite proposed additions/deletions to the RPS in a systematic manner, based on the Architectural Heritage Protection Guidelines 2011 and NIAH/Ministerial Recommendations under Section 53(1) of the Planning and Development Act, 2000 (as amended). The methodology agreed to prioritise 20th century structures in addition to industrial sites, early buildings and underrepresented typologies. On foot of this, the Conservation Section has identified Garland House, (Former Second Church of Christ Scientist), 28-30 Rathmines Park, Rathmines, Dublin 6 as a 20th century structure and has recommended that a detailed assessment of the building be undertaken for its proposed addition to the RPS. Site Location & Zoning Map The site in question is zoned Z2: “To protect and/or improve the amenities of residential conservation areas”, in the Dublin City Development Plan 2016-2022. Garland House, is located at the southern end of Rathmines Park, a small 19th century development located off Rathmines Road Upper in Dublin 6. The land uses in the immediate area are principally residential, characterised by single and two-storey houses. Rathmines Park is divided east-west by a central treelined grassed reservation having a separate grassed triangular green to its northern end. The subject site is bounded to the south by a laneway to the rear of properties on York Road; to the west by the rear gardens of properties on York Avenue; to the east by Auburn House (a two-storey late 20th century residential development) and to the north by late 19th and early 20th century housing on Rathmines Park. Fig.1: Site location and zoning map for Garland House, Rathmines Park, Rathmines, Dublin 6 (arrowed red). Z2 ‘Residential Conservation Area’ zoning shown as darker yellow. The lighter yellow areas are zoned Objective Z1 “To protect, provide and improve residential ame

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