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# Glass Bottle Site

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# Glass Bottle Site
Planning granted for 570 new homes in Dublin
It is the first phase of the development at the site of the former Irish Glass Bottle factory.
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# poolbeg site
Minister to meet with developers and Council to discuss €600k 'affordable' homes
The Journal reported in June around fears about how ‘affordable’ housing at Poolbeg in Dublin would be delivered.
The Journal reported in June around fears about how ‘affordable’ housing at Poolbeg in Dublin would be delivered.
The 37-acre site is one of the last large-scale pieces of development land left in Dublin city.
But concerns remain over the 'affordable' units which could cost as much as €600,000.
Catholic Church to 'reflect' on O'Brien's request to use land for housing
# Dublin
Dáil to discuss making homes at Poolbeg site 'genuinely affordable'
Sinn Féin’s housing spokesperson Eoin Ó Broin said Nama should transfer its stake in the site to the council.
# Decision time
Plans for 25% of Poolbeg Glass Bottle site to be mix of social and affordable housing welcomed
The planning permission will see that close to 900 social and affordable homes will be built on the site.
# Poolbeg
Plans for 3,000 homes on Dublin glass bottle site
Planning minister Simon Coveney has designated the huge site a strategic development zone.
# Glass Bottle Site
Docklands chair: Governments had 14 years to close Glass Bottle loophole
Lar Bradshaw says government inaction lost millions for the state in selling the Irish Glass Bottle Company site.
# Docklands
FitzPatrick, Bradshaw and ministers could be forced to address TDs on Docklands debacle
The Public Accounts Committee chairman says he has the power to compel people to attend meetings if he deems it necessary.
# Glass Bottle Site
C&AG report questions decisions made by DDDA in bid for Glass Bottle site
Report highlights Dublin Dockland Development Authority’s involvement in record bid for property now valued at €45m.