The chief executive of Kildare County Council has raised objections to plans for nearly 700 houses in the county’s commuter belt.
Peter Carey recently introduced a new draft variation to the county development plan that proposes to cut its total housing target from 32,407 to 6,023, with several key commuter towns due for a dramatic reduction in the number of houses and apartments they can build.
Since introducing that draft variation, Carey has written to An...
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