Plan to convert 4,000 empty spaces above Dublin shops into housing
A policy to promote ‘living above the shop’ will be included in the final draft of the 2022-2028 development plan
A plan to help convert more than 4,000 empty spaces above shops into housing will be included in the next Dublin city development.
Dublin City Council is currently drafting a new development plan for the city, which will cover what can be built, and where, between 2022 to 2028.
John O’Hara, senior city planner at Dublin City Council, said a policy to promote living above the shop will be included in the final draft of the development plan....
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