• 24 October 2012

Plans lodged for €50m Islamic centre in Dublin

An application for planning permission has been submitted to Dublin City Council for a new 20,000m2 Islamic Cultural Centre in Clongriffen; forming part of Ireland’s largest ‘New-Town’ development.

The planned facilities for the five-acre site include a large three storey Mosque and Cultural Centre, primary school, conference centre, swimming pool and apartments.

The proposed mixed-use Cultural Centre is ideally positioned on the northern fringe of the City to serve the needs of Ireland’s rapidly expanding Islamic community. It will be in close proximity to Clongriffen Station on the Dart urban rail system and the recently regenerated Clongriffen Town Centre.

Waterman worked closely with Conroy Crowe Kelly Architects to provide all structural, infrastructure and traffic planning services required for the planning process.

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