Sunday July 12, 2020

Application submitted for refurbishment of Stillorgan shopping centre

19th June, 2015
The refurbishment would involve a major upgrade to the building facade

A planning permission application has been submitted for a significant refurbishment of Stillorgan Village shopping centre in Dublin.

The application, submitted by Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate, is aimed at “transforming the current customer experience” by upgrading and improving the canopy and facade, while retaining the local community atmosphere that differentiates it from other centres, a statement said.

Kennedy Wilson has proposed a new glazed canopy over the entire scheme to replace the...

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