Designs for the centre of the new town planned for Cherrywood in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown were published today. The developer, Hines, has applied for planning permission for 1,269 apartments and ½ million square feet of retail space. Another 7,500 homes are
Plans have been lodged with Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council to redevelop the former Western Marine premises at Bulloch Harbour into housing, a café and shops. What is planned? Six shop units and a café at ground level Six large apartments
The owners of Dún Laoghaire Shopping Centre applied just before Christmas for permission to redesign the outside of their building and re-arrange the shop-floors inside. This is in preparation for the arrival of two large new retailers to the centre.
By law, every Irish local authority has to produce a six-year plan. These plans set the local strategic policies for governing the area covering everything from housing and transport to parks and recreation. The development plan is important as when
***UPDATE*** 29 August No appeal has been lodged against this planning permission so Microsoft is now free to proceed to construction. Microsoft had stated that there could be a 1-2 year delay before commencement. EMDS *** Microsoft has been granted
Public parking is a growing concern for both residents and business owners alike. Nowhere is this proving more challenging than in Dún Laoghaire town, where the strictly enforced parking policies are only adding to the growing number of vacant premises.
Thanks to all the calls, emails and letters on this issue. Today I have made a submission to the County Council based your feedback which you can read here: Submission to Dún Laoghaire County Council We can expect an update in
On Thursday March 13th, the developer of the site of former Deerhunter pub at the Sallynoggin Roundabout applied for planning permission to develop a drive-through fast food restaurant with 20,000 sq. ft. discount supermarket. Also to be included are: A
UPDATE: March 22nd Following the recent commencement of works at the Dún Laoghaire Golf Course, our subsequent community meeting and submissions to the council, I write to update you on the current situation. On Friday 14th March the site developer,