NTA says developer’s apartments will affect BusConnects project

NTA says developer’s apartments will affect BusConnects project

Plans to build a 66-unit apartment block on the old Gowan Motors Merrion Road site have been filed by a firm connected to Lioncor Developments, which is owned by Alanis Capital and Oaktree Capital

The National Transport Authority (NTA) has accused a developer of ignoring its advice and pressing ahead with plans for an apartment block that would compromise BusConnects.

Dublin’s road network is due to be redesigned to deliver 230 kilometres of dedicated bus lanes and 200 kilometres of cycle tracks under the project.

The concept design for the preferred route of the Blackrock core bus corridor, which included Merrion Road, was published last February.

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