Construction Activity Update 31/03/2020
In this update we take a look at some project highlights, recent activity in different sectors
along with an overview of all the projects added/updated to CIS Online this week.
€73m Garda Headquarters
Work has commenced on the €73m Garda Headquarters Building at Military Road, Dublin 8 and is expected to take 30 months to complete.
€72.8m Apartment Development
Plans have been granted by An Bord Pleanála for a strategic housing application for a €72.8m Apartment Development in Santry, Dublin 9.
€10.5m Greenway Development
Tenders are expected to be sought in April 2020 for the construction of a 7km Greenway Development in Co. Donegal. This is a Part 8 development.
£20m Mixed use Residential & Retail Development
Plans for a £20m mixed use residential and retail development at the former Adria site in Strabane, Co. Tyrone have been recommended for approval. 160 houses, 2 retails units and multi functional space will feature in the new development.
With the huge shift towards remote working and working from home, we are here to ensure you get the full benefit from your access to our CIS Online service. We are running extra training webinars for our customers the second of which will take place on Monday 6th April @ 02:00pm. This webinar will last for 30 minutes and will cover:
• Creating Saved Searches
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• Managing Alerts
• Company Marketing Lists
• Export Activity Reports
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The Government has agreed (29th March) at the request of Eoghan Murphy T.D., Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, to make an order, which has the effect of extending public participation periods in the planning system for a period of three weeks. Planning applications can continue to be made by post, and authorities can engage with applicants by electronic means, accepting submissions by post and electronic means. Most authorities have on-line systems for inspecting planning applications. The extended time will also apply to planning appeals, which An Bord Pleanála will continue to receive by post. Full announcement here