Planning Refused For More Than...

News

Planning Refused For More Than 500 Homes Near St Anne's Park


Share this article


An Bord Pleanála has refused planning permission for more than 500 homes in Raheny.

The project which was initially given the go-ahead in April earlier this year would have seen 432 apartments and 104 houses built on lands at St Paul's College.

Locals were concerned that the development would destroy the nearby park of St. Anne's.

Labour Senator Aodhán Ó Ríordáin says the news is a positive for the community:

"It was always a very inappropriate proposal its a beloved park in the north side of Dublin." 

"I've been fighting this for the local residents for about three years finally I'm just delighted that An Bord Pleanála has seen sense to reject the proposal which was going to destroy the environmental integrity of the park."

"I'm glad that the football pitches and the community facilities at that location have been saved."

 


Share this article


Read more about

News

You might like

Live: Title

Description

Added to queue
Removed from queue

On Air

Share

Share

Next up on queue

Title
Description
Duration

There are currently no podcasts in the queue

Go to podcasts

On Air

The Sound of the City at Night...

The Sound of the City at Night with Ciaran O'Connor

22:00-00:00

Share

Up next

The Sound of the City at Night

The Sound of the City at Night

00:00-06:00

Share

98FM'S Big Breakfast with Coop...

98FM'S Big Breakfast with Cooper & Luke

06:00-10:00

Share

Dublin Talks with Adrian & Jer...

Dublin Talks with Adrian & Jeremy

10:00-12:00

Share

The Sound of the City with Bar...

The Sound of the City with Barry Dunne

12:00-16:00

Share

The Big Ride Home with Dara Qu...

The Big Ride Home with Dara Quilty

16:00-19:00

Share

The Fix with Brian Maher

The Fix with Brian Maher

19:00-22:00

Share

The Sound of the City at Night...

The Sound of the City at Night with Ciaran O'Connor

22:00-00:00

Share

00:00:00 / 00:00:00

Share on