1,416-units at Clongriffin gets the go-ahead
An Bord Pleanála have approved planning applications for 1,416 apartments to be built at Gerard Gannon Properties’ 53-hectare Clongriffin site in north Dublin.
The ambitious new scheme comprises eleven apartment blocks, one of which is 17-storeys high, and will include 943 build-to-rent and 473 build-to-sell units. Each apartment will be provided with a private balcony and / or a winter garden and terrace.
In addition to the residential element, ten shops and two nurseries will also be built as part of a positive contribution to the range of community services currently available in the vicinity.
The thorough planning applications for the ambitious Clongriffin New Town masterplan, first mooted some 20 years ago, were developed over 18 months and required close collaboration by all involved. The multidiscipline design team, assembled by Gannon, includes Downey Planning and Architecture, Conroy Crowe Kelly Architects, Wilson Architecture OMMW, DK Partnership (Mechanical & Electrical), MMP (Cost Consultants) and Ronan MacDiarmada & Assoc (Landscape).
Waterman’s team in Dublin is proud to have provided all civil, structural and traffic services required to support the planning applications and are delighted to move forward with the detailed design for this latest scheme.
Mark Duignan, Waterman Moylan Associate, said; “We’re excited to see this major scheme getting the go-ahead. Clongriffin is one of the largest and most challenging mixed-use developments that our team have been involved in and we look forward to continuing our working relationship with Gerard Gannon Properties to deliver the new town centre.”