An Bord Pleanála should not have granted permission for the construction of more than 500 apartments and houses on former religious order lands beside St Anne’s Park in Raheny, Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan has said. However, Mr Keegan said the council did not have the right to take a judicial review of the board’s decision. The deadline for any party to apply for a judicial review of the case is Tuesday. The board last month granted permission to Crekav Trading for 104 houses and 432 apartments on former playing fields east of St Paul’s College on Sybil Hill Road in Raheny, despite receiving more than 1,000 objections.
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