Cloud over multi mil­lion scheme

Bray People - - Bray People -

THE FATE of a pro­posed multi-mil­lion euro de­vel­op­ment in Grey­stones hangs in the bal­ance af­ter a re­cent Bord Pleanála hear­ing fol­low­ing ob­jec­tions to the project.

The pro­posed scheme is to in­clude a 32-room school, garda sta­tion, re­cy­cling cen­tre and creche and the cre­ation of up to 3,000 jobs pend­ing a de­ci­sion by the Board.

Lo­cated on the out­skirts of Grey­stones at Charles­land, the planned de­vel­op­ment also in­cludes a shop­ping cen­tre, ware­houses, homes and offices.

The brain-child of Zapi De­vel­op­ments, owned by De­vel­oper Sean Dunne and Sean Mul­ryan of Bal­ly­more prop­er­ties, ob­jec­tions to the build­ing were en­tered by Ann Daly of Su­per­Valu in Grey­stones, and ri­val de­vel­op­ers Pizarro.

Bal­ly­more is the de­vel­op­ment com­pany be­hind the much scaled-down Floren­tine project cur­rently un­der construction in Bray. The Floren­tine, a po­ten­tial ri­val to the Grey­stones scheme, was to be a shop­ping cen­tre with apart­ments but will now be one smaller sec­tion of re­tail units with some park­ing.

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