Ninety objections against shared living scheme in Varadkar’s constituency

Majority argue building model unsuitable for suburban Dublin

3rd November, 2019

Ninety objections have been lodged against Bartra’s shared living scheme in Blanchardstown, with one submission arguing the developer omitted a report it commissioned that said shared living is not suitable in suburban areas.

Bartra Capital, controlled by Richard Barrett, lodged plans in September to develop a 210-bedspace shared living complex on the old Brady’s Public House site, which is near Castleknock and in Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s Dublin West constituency. The plans were filed...

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