McEvaddys renew efforts for third terminal at Dublin Airport

The land was put up for sale last summer, and the owners are expected to make a decision regarding its future shortly

The strategic block of land, which comprises three connecting lots covering 260 acres in the centre of Dublin Airport grounds located between the two main parallel runways, has long been suggested as a site for a third terminal

The owners of the 260-acre block of land between the runways at Dublin Airport have said that they are renewing their efforts to build an independent third terminal at the airport.

In an observation to Fingal county council submitted by CWPA, a planning and architecture business, on behalf of D.A. Terminal 3 Limited, it said that it has “appointed consultants, engaged with stakeholders, commenced discussions with adjoining landowners and initiated consultation with the Planning Authority.”