Re: Re: grangegorman allocated 262 million
Oh, for sure. I was thinking of the entire site, not just the DIT bit.
Also, ‘relatively low density’ ≠ ‘low density’- I was just implying that I expected higher densities in a more concentrated area. This is an urban location but the solution proposed is a more suburban one. And higher densities would be a better safeguard for the playing fields.
At least there are no plans to provide student car parking (hello UCD! I’m looking at you!), though I fear we may yet see the same type of fecky little black and yellow ramps as Trinity has just installed- just about the most cycling unfriendly addition one could make to a road surface. Did Trinity not consider leaving gaps in the ramps? They’re modular, ferchrissakes! Just take out one of the bits.