Falcon lands planning for €500m North Quay project
The eight-hectare mixed-use scheme in Waterford city will be the biggest in the history of the south-east
One year after its initial planning application was submitted (for which the print costs alone were €120,000), Falcon Real Estate Development Ireland has just received planning permission from Waterford City and County Council for its joint, €500 million Waterford North Quays venture.
The landmark project, the biggest in the history of the southeast, comprises an eight-hectare real estate mixed-use scheme.
It will be built over five years using a mix of private and public investment...
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