Due to the current housing crisis, Dublin City Council are reviewing all Brownfield (Industrial Sites) within Dublin City that can […]
Tag: Accommodation in Drimnagh
There are approximately 5,000 houses in Drimnagh mainly comprising of Parlour Houses built by Dublin Corporation (now Dublin City Council) in the mid-1940’s. Private properties housing followed soon after in the late 1940’s, expanding the suburb southwesterly linking Drimnagh to Walkinstown and Crumlin. The development of Davitt House provided furkher social housing along the northeast side of Drimnagh bordering the Grand Canal.
As Dublin’s population has risen, the need for future planning has brought with it, a new style of residential living with new developments at Landsdowne Valley housing estate along the canal, The Landsdowne Apartments on Drimnagh Road and will see future developments of Build to Rent Scheme such as The Davitt (Davitt Lock) and the proposed rezoning of industrial sites on the perimeters of Drimnagh for both residential and a mix of residential/commercial sites.
As Dublin Planning develops a sustainable infrastructure for travelling within Dublin City, Drimnagh has become a strategic and attractive location to reside with the implementation of the Red Line Luas and future changes to Bus Network System. Accommodation in Drimnagh is in high demand with a mixture of privately owned houses and apartments, integrating the social needs of rental schemes and affordable housing programme.