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Bartra could add 100 private homes to O’Devaney Gardens site

The development firm has entered consultations to develop 1,053 homes on the site near the Phoenix Park

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
30th August, 2020
The company has entered consultation with planners with a view to developing 1,053 homes on the publicly-owned site near the Phoenix Park

Bartra Capital, the development firm, could add more than 100 private homes to O’Devaney Gardens as part of the new plans for the site.

The company, controlled by Richard Barrett, has entered consultation with planners with a view to developing 1,053 homes on the publicly-owned site near the Phoenix Park. The original deal for the lands involved 824 homes.

The new plan could increase the share of private homes eventually developed on the public lands. Bartra...

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