These were some of the issues Dublin city councillors dealt with at their January monthly meeting on Monday evening.
Tag: O’Devaney Gardens
As Developer Still Has Not Built Homes at O’Devaney Gardens, Councillors Call to Take Back the Land
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.
Council briefs: A Confusing Update on Housing at O’Devaney Gardens, and the Latest on Electric Vehicle Charging Hubs
These were two of the issues Dublin city councillors discussed at their November monthly meeting on Monday.
Developers of Housing at O’Devaney Gardens and Oscar Traynor Road Could Renegotiate Prices with Council in 2024
“It’s kind of unsettling,” said Fine Gael Councillor Naoise Ó Muirí. “What is going to happen?”
Council Briefs: Mysterious Delays for Social Homes at O’Devaney Gardens, Speeding up Retrofitting, and More
These were some of the issues discussed at Dublin City Council’s May monthly meeting on Monday night.
Councillors Vote Not to Try to Take O’Devaney Gardens Site Back from Developer Bartra
Those proposing the move said the council had agreed to a plan with 768 homes, but now Bartra is pursuing a denser, taller development. Those opposing it said it couldn’t legally be done.
Council Briefs: Getting Legal Advice on the O’Devaney Deal, Backing Away from the Artane Band, and a Firefighter Shortage
Those were some of the issues Dublin city councillors discussed at their September monthly meeting on Monday.
In a Closed Meeting, Councillors Hear of Plans for More Homes at O’Devaney Gardens
The possibility of extra homes in Stoneybatter was welcomed by some councillors, but others were unhappy with the greater height and density.
Two Approved Housing Bodies Selected to Manage Cost-Rental Development at O’Devaney Gardens
Circle Voluntary Housing Association and Tuath Housing Association have been selected to manage the planned cost-rental development at O’Devaney Gardens.
Council Briefs: On Land Sales Down the Line, O’Devaney Again, and More
At a busy meeting on Monday, Dublin city councillors drilled into how the council will fund big projects in the coming few years, voted not to rescind plans for O’Devaney Gardens, and more.