Avestus looks to fast-track plans for extra units on D4 site
New submission likely to delay development plans
After winning a protracted battle for permission to build a seven-storey housing block in Donnybrook in Dublin, a developer has just lodged fresh plans for an extra 54 apartments on the site.
In May 2018, property firm Avestus made an application through a group called the Donnybrook Partnership to build 94 apartments on Eglinton Road, Dublin 4. Dublin City Council approved the plan, but it was appealed to An Bord Pleanála by local residents and eventually...
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