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26-04-2018, 22:30   #46
 
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Interesting article in Lovin Dublin with no mention of anything untoward.

https://lovindublin.com/sponsored/ne...in-rathfarnham
Content paid for by the developer or selling agents is hardly going to be negative?
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Interesting article in Lovin Dublin with no mention of anything untoward.

https://lovindublin.com/sponsored/ne...in-rathfarnham
Well its an ad, so that's not surprising
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Obviously! That's what makes it interesting, so no need to snap lads.
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Anyone take a spin up there this weekend?

Overheard an estate agent say they have sold 40 in the first day.
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Anyone take a spin up there this weekend?

Overheard an estate agent say they have sold 40 in the first day.
Not surprised, demand for new houses will easily outweigh any perceived issues with location, traffic, prices etc
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Hi there, does anyone have any further info in regards to this development and local surroundings, future planning in the lands adjacent etc? Thanks in advance
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if you used the recent development in Ballycullen Green, where a 3 bed was €400k, you can expect these to be in the region of €420k. However I find the use of the address 'Rathfarnham' a bit of a stretch. Tallaght is closer! So don't be fooled by the address!
This happens a lot especially with the Rathfarnham address (when it's nowhere near Rathfarnham village and actually closer to Tallaght than Rathfarnham), also happening with "Leopardstown"

I'm sure there's other examples
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This happens a lot especially with the Rathfarnham address (when it's nowhere near Rathfarnham village and actually closer to Tallaght than Rathfarnham), also happening with "Leopardstown"

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Its a very large old area, sure look where Rathfarnham golf club extends to.

You are correct in saying the village is far from that end of Rathfarnham.
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Hi there, does anyone have any further info in regards to this development and local surroundings, future planning in the lands adjacent etc? Thanks in advance
Have a search for Ballycullen Oldcourt Plan. It's a good few years old now but it is all the housing plans that have were zoned for the area, most of which are built now. There is also commercial property and primary and secondary schools in the plan but none of them have been built, only the housing. The commercial property is actually zoned for across the road from white pines but I doubt any developer will ever bother. There was talk of the schools being built recently up around abbot's grove but still in very preliminary stages I believe
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The commercial property is actually zoned for across the road from white pines but I doubt any developer will ever bother.
I think they've started the works across there in the last few weeks, it's still in the plans as per the SDCC planning approved in Dec 2017. Drove past yesterday and they've started to clear the topsoil now.

Developer is Ardstone, same as WhitePines.
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Its a very large old area, sure look where Rathfarnham golf club extends to.

You are correct in saying the village is far from that end of Rathfarnham.
Its called Rathfarnham Golf Club but that is a relatively new course probably late 60s early 70s. The original Rathfarnham Golf Club was located between the shopping centre and the village along by the Dodder
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I think they've started the works across there in the last few weeks, it's still in the plans as per the SDCC planning approved in Dec 2017. Drove past yesterday and they've started to clear the topsoil now.

Developer is Ardstone, same as WhitePines.
https://www.sdcc.ie/en/services/plan...-lap-final.pdf

Actually according to this it's meant to be a community center and not commercial property. Maybe there is an updated version of the LAP? Anyway I'm guessing they'll only build the housing across the road
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That LAP seems more a guideline. A number of changes further down the road around Dodderbrook not lining up with it for example.

Anyways - the yellow section is a creche and retail units (which is subject to a separate planning) so looks like only the houses going in now as you'd guessed.

Application SD17A/0443 & SD17A/0359 I think are the 2 relevant ones from a very cursory glance.

http://www.sdublincoco.ie/Planning/V...fileId=5994067
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Thanks all for your responses, very helpful! I’m interested in white pines but worried about the unknowns in terms of future building, traffic etc as well as the lack of visitor parking in the estate itself!
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That LAP seems more a guideline. A number of changes further down the road around Dodderbrook not lining up with it for example.

Anyways - the yellow section is a creche and retail units (which is subject to a separate planning) so looks like only the houses going in now as you'd guessed.

Application SD17A/0443 & SD17A/0359 I think are the 2 relevant ones from a very cursory glance.

http://www.sdublincoco.ie/Planning/V...fileId=5994067
Where on the website would I find similar documents for nearby areas?
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