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Dublin City Council decides to set aside 43 hectares of land for housing in Finglas

DUBLIN: Dublin City Council decides to set aside 43 hectares of land for housing in Finglas, North Dublin. The Council voted in favour of rezoning of the land, which is expected to bring about 2,200 new homes along with businesses and retail.

The plan to develop this site is backed by a coalition of various companies. The new proposal was passed despite opposition from some local councillors.

Fianna Fáil Councillor Keith Connolly said he was voting against the proposal to rezone the site because he felt not enough research has been conducted. He said the National Development Plan for the city from 2022 to 2028 will be decided in the coming months.

At the same time, Noeleen Reilly, an independent councillor, said the rezone plan was an “excellent” proposal with “huge opportunities” for Finglas village.

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