The lack of action by the developer “is a clear breach of the development agreement”, says a motion apparently headed to January’s monthly council meeting.
Tag: Dublin City Council Housing Land Initiative
A Closer Look at the Costs of the O’Devaney Gardens Deal
Weeks after councillors approved the plan, debate continues over whether it was a good deal for the state – and for people living in Dublin, who need more homes they can afford to live in.
After O’Devaney Comes the Oscar Traynor Road Site
Dublin City Council has used the same procurement model, and tenure breakdown, in its proposals to develop roughly 800 homes on a big site at Oscar Traynor Road in Coolock.
Some Councillors Cool to Idea of Private Homes on Public Land
Most councillors voted against looking at changing direction with the council’s flagship housing projects on Monday. But there was more support for a rethink than before.
Several Visions Emerge for Building on Council Land in Inchicore
It’s been more than three years since Dublin City Council said it planned to use its biggest sites for housing, including land at St Michael’s Estate.
Councillors Push for Affordable Homes Pilot on St Michael’s Estate
They already backed plans for 50 percent private housing on the site, but hope to rework that and make it 100-percent public housing.
Council Briefs: 1,700 Homes, and How to Boost Cafes
At the meeting Monday, councillors discussed whether to progress their flagship house-building plan, and ideas for whether, and how, to assist cafe culture.