Bartra gets go-ahead for fourth co-living complex in Dublin

The 184-bed building near Castleknock is granted planning permission ahead of a proposed ban on such developments

8th December, 2020
Bartra gets go-ahead for fourth co-living complex in Dublin
Bartra Capital applied for permission to build 210 bedspaces in the Castleknock development, but planners have only granted approval for 184 units on the site

Bartra Capital has secured permission to build a fourth co-living complex in Dublin.

An Bord Pleanála has given the developer the all-clear to build a 184-bedspace co-living block on the former site of Brady’s Public House near Castleknock and Blanchardstown.

Bartra Capital already has permission to build three other co-living facilities in Dún Laoghaire, Rathmines and Ballsbridge. The firm now has approval to build a total of 587 co-living units in...

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