Tuesday June 2, 2020

Co-living schemes hit planning problems Council: ‘poor standard’ of accommodation

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
3rd March, 2019
Anil Khera, chief executive of Node Living at the firm’s Pembroke Street property Picture: Photocall

Two ‘shared living’ accommodation developers have hit planning snags as they moved to capitalise on new rules which aimed to promote co-living schemes in Ireland.

Since housing minister Eoghan Murphy revised the minimum size requirement for apartment units in co-living residential schemes in 2017, there has been a spike in applications to build shared-living developments in Dublin.

Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital has filed plans to develop 700 bedspaces across Dublin, while British firm Node...

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