Under the deal, Glenveagh would have built more than 850 homes and sold half on the private market, while selling the other half back to the council for social and “affordable purchase” homes.
Last week, at the North Central Area Committee, councillors got sight of plans for a development of 853 homes at the Oscar Traynor Road site in Coolock.
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.
Councillors and local residents say the Dublin City Council effort to bring in a developer to build 640 homes on the site seems to be stalled. The council says it’s not.