Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Proposal for retirement village rejected


Councillors in Dún Laoghaire- Rathdown have rejected a controversial rezoning to allow for a retirement village at the foot of the Dublin Mountains.
The proposal involved a variation to the county development plan which spelled out that on a seven-hectare site on the outer side of the M50, at Ticknock near Sandyford, a retirement village would be “permitted in principle”.
Read the article @ The Irish Times

2 comments:

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Martin Santos said...

Wow. I know how hard it is to be rejected. The original design for the renovation of our small subdivision in Brisbane got rejected due to some major conflict with the neighbouring community so we had to adjust quickly.