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South Dublin densities to rise

Planners at South Dublin County Council are said to be considering a move to allow developers to build up to 120 apartments per acre on part of the Naas Road as part of a new ‘‘gateway’’ to Dublin.

10th June, 2006

Planners at South Dublin County Council are said to be considering a move to allow developers to build up to 120 apartments per acre on part of the Naas Road as part of a new ‘‘gateway’’ to Dublin. The move is based on the fact that the Luas line serves the area but under the county development plan sites within 400 metres of the Luas are permitted a maximum density of just 30 units per...

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