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SCS calls for high density and high rise approach to city planning

Dublin City Council should adopt a policy of high density and high rise, according to the president of the Society of Chartered Surveyors (SCS), Conor Hogan.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
17th February, 2007

Speaking at the society’s annual dinner in Dublin last week, Hogan said the new draft local area plan for Ballsbridge, which has been published by the council, should become a blueprint for all areas.

‘‘As a nation, city and society, we need to adopt a radically different approach to the welcome growth pressures that Dublin continues to experience if we are serious about sustainability, reduction of CO2 emissions, reduced commuting times and a...

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