Dundrum developers shift focus from retail to residential

Old shopping centre landowners are now tweaking their planning request in favour of more ‘mixed use’ developments

20th June, 2021
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An aerial view of the old shopping centre in Dundrum, Dublin 14, which set to be redeveloped into a residential project

Conversion of the old Dundrum Shopping Centre lands from retail to a mainly residential development have been copperfastened by two recent moves by the owners Dundrum Retail Limited Partnership (DRLP), a joint venture between Hammerson and Allianz.

A spokesperson for Hammerson told the Business Post it expected to undertake a pre-application SHD submission to An Bord Pleanála within the next six months with a full application to follow.

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