Re: Re: well what about the developments popping up in the shannonside ?
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I was fairly surprised myself that the figure was so low but the reality is that the vast majority of Caherdavin was already within the city boundary in the first place. The city used to end just before Ivans cross on the Ennis road so the city council are only inheriting a remaining few estates. Aside from the parts of moyross, the area that the boundary extension covers is predominantly rural and undeveloped, Coonagh for example isnt much more than a hamlet, although there are currently a number of large residential developments in the pipeline.
We are likely to see major changes now that the extension has taken place, it will be interesting to see what stance the city council takes on planning and development in these areas!
Sorry to be pedantic but none of caherdavin used to be in the city. Its just not as big as people think.