Ires Wright in a bid for a further 14-storey tower in Sandyford

  • Ires Wright in a bid for a further 14-storey tower in Sandyford
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    Ires Wright has requested planning permission for development of 14-storey residential building in the Beacon South quarter in Sandyford, South Dublin.
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Ires Wright has requested planning permission for development of 14-storey residential building in the Beacon South quarter in Sandyford, South Dublin.

If the application is approved Dun Laoghaire rathdown the Council, he will see you add 84 apartments to 225 units, the largest Private Ireland the owner already owns in the scheme.

Analysis of recent intermediate results of Ires Wright shows that 2,908 636 of apartments in its portfolio are distributed across the six housing complexes that it owns in the Sandyford business district (SBD).

In addition to the 225 units, that is, the beacon South quarter, the company owns 65 units in Grand Central; 81 units at Rockbrook Grande Central, 189 units at Rockbrook South Central; eight units on the forum; and 68 units in the Maple – development which was completed in 2017.

While the supply of maple proved to be particularly successful for Ires Wright – with rents for three-beds under construction in the amount of €2,750 a month before her graduation – the Company experienced significant difficulties in the implementation of plans to build hundreds of new apartments in nearby Rockbrook.

In April 2017, Bord Pleanála was supported by dún Laoghaire-Rathdown the refusal of the County Council of the application of Ires Wright for three 14-storey buildings on the scheme.

Council planners said the height of the proposed blocks would detract from the visual dominance of an unfinished 14-storey sentinel building on an adjacent site.

The guardian, meanwhile, remains the subject of a planning application of their new owners, the comer brothers, for the development of 294 ‘live-work units office and retail space.

As the Irish independent previously reported that the plan for Galway-born developers to complete the development and an adjacent house was objected to transport Minister Shane Ross.

Welcoming the proposal to complete the construction of 14-storey Sentinel – he said, “I could see the scar on Sandyford skyline for so long,” Mr. Ross told Council planners the addition of two floors of six-storey building next to him wanted to “be fully synchronized with the local area”.

About their plans on the website Rockbrook in its latest interim report, published August 3, Ires Wright said it was “application” for development of around 450 apartments.

It remains unclear what the height of the buildings Ires will press. But his thinking is expected, will be based on an Bord Pleanála’s recent fast approval for development of the 460 apartments in five blocks, ranging in height from six to 14 floors, on a plot of land known as ‘former Aldi site on nearby Carmanhall road.

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