Two objectors hold up construction of 1,000 new homes

South Dublin County Council has sought state funding for a new 1.5km road to open up a major development site

21st January, 2018

A road which is needed to build almost 1,000 affordable homes has been held up by two local objectors.

South Dublin County Council has sought state funding for the new 1.5km road to open up a major development site.

It has said that 960 houses and apartments can be provided “at affordable prices within a short period of time” in the Ballycullen-Oldcourt area in south Dublin.

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