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Permission sought for 1000 new homes in South Dublin by end of year

Written by Robert McHugh, on 5th Aug 2020. Posted in Property

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It was announced this week that Quintain, one of the largest residential developers in Ireland, will seek planning permission for 1,000 new homes before year end in its Cherrywood Village development in Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, Co Dublin.

If completed, Cherrywood Village would comprise over 1,300 homes, two public parks and over 50,000 sq. ft. of retail and civic amenities in the village centre. Quintain say there will also be primary and post primary schools, cycle and walking tracks and extensive green open spaces throughout the area.

The first planning application for the new location was submitted earlier this month for a total of 134 three and four bed houses and duplexes, which Quintain plans to commence construction on this year, and will be available for sale in early 2021.

Four further applications for over 800 additional homes are planned before the end of the year, with these applications likely to be a mix of houses, apartments and duplexes and will include the village centre. A full masterplan for Cherrywood Village is due to be published in September.

Cherrywood Village represents around half of Quintain’s 118-acre land holding in the area that was acquired last year from Hines and King Street Capital. When fully developed, Quintain plans to deliver over 3,000 new homes in an area with extensive transport links and high-quality local amenities. 

The masterplan will build on extensive in-place infrastructure which includes a road network, the Green Luas line, and public parks. The fully completed Beckett Park has all weather sports pitches, floodlights and changing rooms. Under construction is also Tully Park, built around early Christian monuments and Tully Church dating from ninth century: it plans to have four zones, a Heritage Zone, a Biodiversity Zone, a Play Zone and a Passive Zone.

A third park, Ticknick Park, is in planning and on completion at 61 hectares will be the second largest public park in Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown after Marlay Park. The first primary school, adjacent to Tully Park, opens for the coming school year in September, and a secondary school in September 2021.

Speaking this week, Joint Managing Partner of Quintain, Eddie Byrne said, "We are delighted to be making progress on plans for the near-term delivery of 1,000 new homes at Cherrywood Village. A full masterplan for this area will be published before the end of September and outline our ambitious vision to deliver a new place to live in South Dublin, that is well-connected to existing infrastructure and amenities. Cycleways and pedestrian routes will link to the LUAS and Dublin Bus stops, and a vibrant village centre will provide shops, restaurants and cafés, and crèche facilities."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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