Dun Leary House, Dun leary Hill, Dun Laoghaire, county Dublin

Ah Here.

This morning.

Via Irish Times:

Plans to remove the roof and add four storeys to a protected 19th-century house in Dún Laoghaire as part of a build-to-rent development have been submitted to An Bord Pleanála.

Ted Living Ltd is seeking permission for 146 rental-only apartments in blocks up to eight storeys on the old Tedcastles Yard industrial site, opposite the town’s west pier, using the Strategic Housing Development system due to be discontinued next year.

The site includes Dun Leary House, a distinctive yellow brick, detached four-storey house dating from the 1870s, built for the original owner of the adjoining coal yard.

Ted Living last year sought permission to demolish the house as part of plans for 161 build-to-rent apartments, but

Build-to-rent plans for Dún Laoghaire yellow brick house (Irish Times)

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10 thoughts on “Over Dun

  1. Nigel

    Tangential, but what an appalllng junction. Feck pedestrians and cyclists, as usual. I suspect those trees are as doomed as the house.

  2. Jerr

    You must give them credit for having the balls to come up with this one
    Let’s just not stop there
    Turn Dublin castle into a high rise building using the existing structure as a base and a gleaming steel and glass structure
    Maybe mick dees palace in the phoenix park complete with a mc Donald’s on the 20th floor

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