European legal case could put LDA plans for 700 homes in Dublin 8 at risk
Land Development Agency’s proposal for St Teresa’s Gardens covered by same master plan for adjacent sites that is being challenged in European Court of Justice
A legal case being taken at EU level is being closely monitored by the Land Development Agency as it has the potential to scupper its plans for up to 700 homes in Dublin 8.
The LDA is preparing plans to develop between 600 and 700 homes at St Teresa’s Gardens, a state-owned site in Dublin. The project will include a 22-storey tower.
St Teresa’s Gardens is adjacent to the Player Wills and Bailey Gibson sites off the...
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