Plans for housing beside St Anne’s Park scaled back

Dublin City Council raised ‘grave concerns’ on application by Greg Kavanagh and Pat Crean

Dublin City Council earlier this year raised “grave concerns” over the application by developers  Patrick Crean (left) and Greg Kavanagh: Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Dublin City Council earlier this year raised “grave concerns” over the application by developers Patrick Crean (left) and Greg Kavanagh: Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Controversial plans for almost 400 houses and apartments on former religious order lands adjoining St Anne’s Park in Raheny, Dublin, have been scaled back by its developers.

Dublin City Council earlier this year raised “grave concerns” over the application by developers Greg Kavanagh and Pat Crean, particularly in relation to the layout of some of the apartments which, it said, had the potential to “create areas of anti-social behaviour”.

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