THE developers of a mammoth estate at the Canal Bank have indicated they might return to seek permission for the scheme.
Revington Developments saw initial plans for a 442-unit development on the riverside rejected by An Bord Pleanala, due to the presence of otters on site, as well as what An Bord Pleanala described as “inadequate” information.
The scheme would have seen seven high-rise blocks constructed, with 363 build-to-rent apartments in a mix of studio, one bedroom and two bedroom units.
There were going to be 61 student apartments in a mix of two, three and four bedrooms, totalling 189 student bed spaces, alongside 18 dwelling houses.
As well as the housing, the development would also have included a cafe, three retail units, a creche and management facilities.
Some 145 car parking spaces will also be provided, as well as 420 bike spots.
Now the developers behind the plan have
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