The Future Dundrum
Our Vision for Dundrum will be a place that respects and reflects its unique history and heritage, and will be a thriving, attractive and welcoming place for everyone in the local community, those who work here, and its many visitors.
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Building Dundrum’s Best Future: a webinar on heritage and sustainability, December 2022/in News
60 people attended Imagine Dundrum’s third online webinar on December 6th 2022, all keen to hear where things stand with the Hammerson-Allianz planning application for the Old Shopping Centre, and looking to add to our understanding of both heritage and sustainability in the context of Dundrum. Read a summary of the webinar here. The webinar […]
IMAGINE DUNDRUM WEBINAR, Tuesday December 6th 8 pm/in News
Building Dundrum’s Best Future: how new thinking on heritage and environmental sustainability can help create the Dundrum of tomorrow Welcome and introduction: Nick Armstrong, Imagine Dundrum A Word from the Chair: Dr Paula Russell, UCD School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy Heritage: People and Place Through Time: Deirdre Black, Heritage Officer, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown […]
Imagine Dundrum welcomes support from the Capital Credit Union of Main Street, Dundrum/in News
Members of Imagine Dundrum and a representative of the Capital Credit Union following receipt of a cheque for 1,000 euro. All money raised by Imagine Dundrum will be used in our campaign to further our aims for a better future for the village of Dundrum. Donations can be made here
Dunlaoghaire Rathdown County Council have recommended refusal of planning permission of the Hammerson – Alllianz planning application./in News
This recommendation comes in the 100+ page response from the Chief Executive of the County Council to the Hammerson-Allianz plans as lodged with An Bord Pleanála. You can see the report by clicking on this link. The grounds for recommending refusal are on pages 79 – to 81. Notably the final paragraph of the report […]
Imagine Dundrum welcomes record number of objections to plans for Dundrum Village/in News
As announced in the national news today, An Bord Pleanála has received over 700 objections, including 8 from residents’ associations and 1 from a primary school, to the Hammerson-Allianz plans for an apartment scheme of over 880 units in Dundrum Village. The plans for this Strategic Housing Development envisage a series of 11 blocks with […]
Plans for Dundrum Village have been lodged: What’s next?/in News
So the deadline for submissions to An Bord Pleanala (ABP) passed last Monday at 5.30 pm. The options open to ABP are threefold: APPROVE planning permission, REFUSE planning permission, or Approve subject to conditions. ABP is required to publish its DECISION by Monday July 25th, at the latest, but it may do so before that […]