Say No to Building in St. Anne's!

09 Nov 2015

The Clontarf Residents' Association have asked us to communicate the following information in relation to the proposed housing development in St. Anne's Park

The above is an aerial shot of St. Anne’s park. The 15 acres outlined in red have been sold to a developer who is in the process of seeking planning for 107 houses and 274 apartments with vehicular access onto Sybil Hill Road.

This land is in a very sensitive location, in the heart of St. Anne’s park. It is used extensively by local sporting clubs, especially for underage training and games.

We believe it should never have been considered for development.

Objections must be lodged with Dublin City Council BEFORE December 1st 2015.

To object, please visit the following webpage on www.dublincity.ieFull details on planning Objections can be found here.

The following image of a map is taken from the planning application for the playing fields behind St. Paul’s College, Sybil Hill. It shows houses running along the main avenue of St. Anne’s park – marked ‘St. Anne’s Park Avenue’ at the bottom of the picture. 

The houses continue on along the side of the Millennium Arboretum and around towards the Howth Road where three and five storey apartment blocks will overlook pitches 1 & 2 on All Saint’s Road. 

In total, 274 apartments and 107 houses are to be built on the playing fields.

Objections to this development must be lodged before December 1st. 

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