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Cherry ripe for picking

A new development in south Co Dublin has the potential to result in a new town centreto rival Dundrum, writes Donal Buckley.

27th July, 2014
An image from the Project Cherry brochure.

The launch of Liam Carrroll’s 400-acre portion of the Cherrywood area of south Dublin, on the market with a €220 million price tag, has raised hopes that it could lead to the speedy development of thousands of new homes in an area where own-door family houses are in relatively good demand.

But to kick-start the development, new developers will need to persuade Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council (DLRCC) to adopt a more flexible...

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