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21-03-2020, 15:58   #526
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There's plenty of grass fields to go build housing on elsewhere... What's the obsession with this particular location?

Why not protest about the government and its state agencies not building enough social and affordable housing across all of its under utilised properties nationwide?

Why not protest against the government not doing more to force owners of private land banks zoned for residential housing, to develop them immediately?

Who not protest against those who are responsible for re-zoning, town and county planning, for not doing more to see proper housing developments, supported by appropriate infrastructure?

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21-03-2020, 16:34   #527
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There's plenty of grass fields to go build housing on elsewhere... What's the obsession with this particular location?
Because it's a very suitable plot for residential development and is still tied up in red tape. It is symptomatic of the problems with whole NIMBY planning system
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21-03-2020, 17:17   #528
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Because it's a very suitable plot for residential development and is still tied up in red tape. It is symptomatic of the problems with whole NIMBY planning system
Almost like there should be a city development plan taking into account developments in conjunction with transport capacity, schools etc
Expect this is contrary to that plan, say the people who put together that plan.

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"The proposed development is not considered to be consistent with the Dublin City Development Plan 2016-2022."
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So it's not suitable at all for the development proposed.
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So it's not suitable at all for the development proposed.

Why don't you just post a link instead of extracting a piece that could be referenced out of context?
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