Friday December 6, 2019

DAA drops planning objection to housing development near airport

Killian Woods

Business reporter

19th May, 2019

The Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) has mysteriously withdrawn an appeal against a housing project due to be built on the doorstep of the airport.

The airport operator filed an objection against a plan to build 30 houses and six apartments in close proximity to its new runway in January. The residential units would be located just over 1km from Dublin airport.

The housing project on Boroimhe Link Road in Swords was proposed by Clarke Family Partnership...

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