Gillick Brothers get go-ahead for housing on old Chivers site

Gillick Brothers get go-ahead for housing on old Chivers site

Maurice and Andrew Gillick now plan to seek planning for the site on Dublin’s northside to build around 250 apartments and houses under new fast track planning rules

The Gillick brothers, who bought the nine-acre former Chivers factory site formerly owned by developer Liam Carroll have been successful in getting the Dublin City councillors to rezone it for housing.

Maurice and Andrew Gillick now plan to seek planning for the site on Dublin’s northside to build around 250 apartments and houses under new fast track planning rules and say that it will be build-to-rent affordable housing.

The pair are from Glasnevin, but are...

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