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Ires back to drawing board on Sandyford apartment scheme

Council planners rule application invalid due to lack of detail

25th September, 2016

Irish Residential Properties Reit, the state’s largest private-sector landlord, has suffered a planning setback to its ambitious 500-apartment scheme in Sandyford, Co Dublin.

Ires Reit, which is backed by Canadian property company Capreit, has had its planning application for the mammoth scheme knocked back by Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council.

According to planning documents, the local authority found that the application was invalid, citing insufficient detail in the application for the flagship scheme, which...

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