NTA is critical of Dublin's low density

The NTA is seeking tenders from interested parties to report on the planning and development of large-scale residential development areas in Dublin.

19th February, 2012

The National Transport Authority (NTA) is seeking tenders from interested parties to report on the planning and development of large-scale residential development areas in the greater Dublin area.

The tender documents, which were published late last week on the government's e-tenders website, revealed that the NTA wanted to conduct the review in light of changed economic circumstances and lower rates of development.

"There is a need to examine the current issues that are arising in...

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