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Retired judge fails to block ‘outrageous’ five-storey apartment scheme

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The proposed development ‘will create chaos’ in the area, he said

An artist’s impression of the five-storey building planned for Woodlands Park in Blackrock, south Dublin

An Bord Pleanála has given the green light to contentious plans for a five-­storey 38-unit build-to-rent scheme for Blackrock in south Dublin which one appellant predicted “will create chaos” in the area.

The appeals board has given Richard Barrett’s Bartra the go-ahead after concluding that the scheme would not lead to a proliferation of build-to-rent developments in the area, and would offer a good standard of accommodation to future residents.

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