The High Court has overturned fresh planning permission for a controversial development of 657 apartments on lands near St Anne's Park in Raheny. he proposed development has so far clocked up four decisions of An Bord Pleanála and ten sets of legal proceedings “and counting”, Mr Justice Richard Humphreys noted. In a judgment on Friday, he quashed the Board’s third permission, dated August 2020, for the proposed development on former lands of St Paul's College, Sybil Hill Road, Raheny, by Crekav Trading GP Ltd, part of Pat Crean's Marlet group. In 2018, the Board granted its first permission, for 536 dwellings on the site, but that was overturned by the High Court and remitted for reconsideration.
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