Re: Sandyford Highrise Approved

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Noel Smyth’s development vehicle Alburn has attained planning for a ‘landmark’ 24-storey building on the former MJ Flood site in Sandyford. The project was approved by DL-Rathdown County Council and will see the overall development include up to 259 apartment units, 3,251 sq m (35,000 sq ft) of mixed retail and office space & 15 live/work units. Also included are a gymnasium, crèche and a club cinema.

Local elements have sworn to have the application referred to An Bord Pleanala (ABP) – however, should the project be approved, it will provide the country’s 2nd tallest building after the OPW scheme designed by Paul Keogh at Heuston Gate – which includes a 32-storey, 117m tower.

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