Monday November 30, 2020

Permission granted for over 650 apartments in Clontarf

Development on former playing pitches near St Anne’s Park had attracted a series of objections

18th February, 2020
Finian McGrath, the former minister, was among the local politicians who made submissions about the development. Picture: Rollingnews.ie

The planning board has granted permission for an apartment complex in Clontarf that had been subject to a series of objections and protests.

The development of 657 apartments and a crèche at former school playing pitches near St Anne’s Park was approved on appeal by An Bord Pleanála.

Crekav, a company controlled by developer Marlet, plans to build 378 two-bedroom apartments, 224 one-bedroom apartments and 55 three-bedroom units across nine...

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