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Proposal to build 850 homes on public land rejected

Written by Robert McHugh, on 17th Nov 2020. Posted in Property

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Dublin City Council last night voted down a proposal to build 850 homes on public land that would have involved Glenveagh Properties as a partner. 

The deal on the site located in Santry, North County Dublin, would have seen Glenveagh build 253 social housing units (30% of the scheme), 172 affordable housing units (20% of the scheme), whilst the remaining 428 units would have been sold privately.

It is reported that councillors voted 48 to 14 against the plans.
 
Source: www.businessworld.ie

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