Developer Reilly faces opposition over €64m Lusk centre
Reilly is building 141 houses comprising nearly 30,000 square metres
Property developer Sean Reilly has hit a snag in a €64 million development in north Co Dublin, which has been described as a “new town centre” for the village of Lusk.
Reilly, one of the so-called Maple Ten group of developers, is building 141 houses comprising nearly 30,000 square metres of residential space and more than 12,000 square metres of commercial space – larger than the Kildare Village outdoor shopping mall.
The planning files show that...
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