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Ireland round-up: 1,200-home Dundrum development shapes up; Fast-track Wicklow flats proposal

Words: Roger Milne

A round-up of planning news in Ireland: 28 November-4 December, 2020

1,200-home Dundrum development shapes up

Proposals for a new neighbourhood of 1,200 new homes in the southern Dublin suburb of Dundrum are taking shape.

The Planner

Fast-track Wicklow flats proposal

Denver Valley Developments Limited has unveiled fast-track proposals for 182 flats on the site of the former Presentation College 'Bray Head House' on Putland Road, Wicklow.

Irish Independent

Wexford cover-up?

Crown Bar owners Anthony and Colm Neville have urged Wexford County Council to fully pedestrianise Wexford’s Monck Street to facilitate a transformation scheme for the area that includes plans for a retractable all-weather cover.

Irish Independent

Baltinglass holiday village withdrawn

Local businessman Joe Germaine has withdrawn plans for an €8 million holiday ‘village’ in the centre of Baltinglass, citing lack of support from Wicklow County Council.

Irish Independent

Castleknock hotel tower refusal appealed

Propotron, the company behind the scheme for a major mixed-use development in Castleknock, Dublin, including a 28-storey hotel tower that would have been the state’s tallest building, has appealed against Fingal County Council’s decision to reject the proposals.

Irish Independent