• Go-ahead for final phase of Dublin’s Royal Canal Park
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Go-ahead for final phase of Dublin’s Royal Canal Park

Ballymore is set to grow its neighbourhood at Royal Canal Park, in Dublin 15, after winning planning consent for the next phase of development. This fourth and final phase, which is being developed on the site of the former Ormond Printworks, will provide 435 one and two bedroom apartments, as well as amenities including a healthcare centre, pharmacy, gym and public plazas. The development will also feature office space, 255 car parking spaces, and nearly 950 bicycle parking spaces.

This phase will complete the transformation of this canalside area into the Royal Canal Park neighbourhood. Ballymore’s regeneration has laid the foundations for a sustainable community, which already boasts homes, an Aldi supermarket and a range of amenities.

Sean Mulryan, Founder & Group CEO of Ballymore, said of An Bord Pleanála’s consent: “I welcome An Bord Pleanála’s decision to approve the next phase of our Royal Canal Park development. Since 2004 when our first residents arrived, we have created a vibrant new community in Ashtown, which already boasts over 1,200 homes, cafes, gyms, a community centre, and a canal basin canoe polo club. At Ballymore, we are committed to true integration into the communities within which we build. We’ll ensure this latest phase is responsibly integrated into the existing local community.”

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