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Adamstown only viable with reduced levies'

South Dublin County Council needs to reduce its developer levies and raise the number of houses it plans to build in order to make development at Adamstown commercially viable.

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
30th March, 2014

South Dublin County Council needs to reduce its developer levies and raise the number of houses it plans to build in order to make development at Adamstown commercially viable, according to a consortium of developers led by Joseph O'Reilly's Castlethorn.

The developers now want the council to acknowledge that the levies should not be as high for Adamstown, since it is a special development zone. To date, they say, they have paid out around €15...

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