Sinn Féin TD leads objections to 1,000-apartment complex

Proposed buildings would be ‘totally at odds with the low density community’, say objectors

8th December, 2019
Sinn Féin TD leads objections to 1,000-apartment complex

Sinn Féin‘s Aengus Ó Snodaigh is leading a community group’s objection against a proposed 1,000-apartment complex in Dublin’s suburbs.

The TD has lodged a planning appeal against Allied Real Estate Group‘s plans to develop 992 apartments, 203 shared living units and office space on the 3.79-hectare Royal Liver Assurance Retail Park site on Old Naas Road.

The nine buildings proposed for the location would range from seven...

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