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Refused – Planning Permission For 1,000 Homes in Baldoyle

Bord Pleanála ruled development planned for Baldoyle was excessive in scale and bulk

Bord Pleanála has refused planning permission for more than 1,000 homes planned for Baldoyle in north Dublin. The appeals board refused permission for strategic housing development (SHD) plans by Lismore Homes Ltd for 1,007 apartments after concluding that the scheme would result in an excessive scale, bulk, and massing at the interface with a greenbelt.

As part of its refusal the board ruled the north Dublin scheme was not justified due to the height and density of the scheme located to the northwest of Baldoyle village and 6km southeast of Dublin Airport.

Lismore Homes planned to build 16 blocks between four and 12 storeys on the Stapolin site which is also located 250m from the Dublin-Belfast railway line. The proposed scheme was to integrate with permitted housing schemes in the area with an overall total of 2,202 residential units approved by Bord Pleanála.

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