A developer has lodged new plans for the controversial Bailey Gibson site in Dublin 8.
Hines was originally granted permission for 416 homes, which included a 16-storey apartment block. But it was challenged by local residents.
Parts of the case were referred to the European Courts of Justice by the High Court but a decision isn't expected until 2024 according to the Irish Times.
In the meantime, a fresh application has been lodged for 345 units, with the height of the tallest block more than halved to seven storeys.
Dublin city councillors will get a presentation on the plans at a meeting this afternoon.