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PJ Walls expresses concern over Dublin draft development plan

The building contracting firm PJ Walls has expressed concern at a proposal in the draft development plan for the Dublin city council area that new developments should take into account existing form, character and scale in the area.

1st January, 2005

The building contracting firm PJ Walls has expressed concern at a proposal in the draft development plan for the Dublin city council area that new developments should take into account existing form, character and scale in the area.

The firm believes that developments such as North Fringe East and West and Ballymun should be exempt from such a provision, as they are entirely new schemes.

The company also wants a proposal for higher buildings in...

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