City Chief Opposes Raheny Housing Plans That Would Threaten Geese

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City Chief Opposes Raheny Housing Plans That Would Threaten Geese


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The head of Dublin City Council is recommending planning chiefs reject plans to build 500 homes in Raheny.

A developer is seeking permission from An Bord Pleanála to build on land at St Paul's College in Raheny, next to St Anne's Park.

There's fierce local opposition to the plans and city chief Owen Keegan also says An Taisce's reservations about the protection of Brent Geese haven't been met.

The area is one of the most important habitats for the protected species of goose which migrates there for winter.


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