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Cherrywood’s Tully Park will be equivalent in size to St Stephen’s Green and will be located close to the planned town centre.
Hines Ireland is this week submitting a planning application for a major road network investment that will mark the first phase of development of a new Town Centre and upgraded Business Park at the Cherrywood Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) in South Dublin.
Planning permission is being sought for 5.4 km of new roads while additional applications for 3 large parks serving the new Cherrywood town are to be submitted in the coming weeks.
The upfront development of Cherrywood’s large amenity zones, as well as roads, pavement and cycleway infrastructure is also tied to an overall aim to expedite the delivery of the 3,800 houses and apartments contained within the Hines land holdings.
The detailed planning application for the Town Centre, including the retail areas, cinema, other leisure uses, restaurants and the initial 1,400 apartments will be submitted in mid-2016. Commenting on these latest developments, Brian Moran, Senior Managing Director of Hines Ireland said: “This is an exciting step forward for this landmark development and signals our ambition to create a very high quality, amenity-led environment for the residents of Cherrywood.


We are acutely aware of the enormous public demand for new housing stock particularly in the Greater Dublin Area and we are working closely with Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council to speed up the delivery of the housing and accommodation elements of the Cherrywood project. Our planning work is continuing apace on all fronts – town centre, residential, retail and office space. The first planning application by Hines will create 150 jobs in the delivery of the major parks and roads in Cherrywood, as a first step in the provision of at least 3,800 homes.
The applications also propose the building of pedestrian footpaths, cycle paths and greenways and the planting of over 3,000 mature trees including oak and cherry varieties which will make for a well established landscape prior to people moving into the area.
These applications have taken into account the valuable feedback from the public at our Open Days in May 2015. We will continue to share and consult with the local community about our exciting and ambitious vision for the new Cherrywood including the retail and amenity-led town centre, for which a planning application will be submitted in mid-2016.


Tenders are underway with contractors to commence the multi-million euro construction project of the roads and parks in spring 2016. The investment in three major landscaped parks, spanning 57 acres, with playing fields and sports facilities, will make this an unrivalled location for new families in South Dublin. The excellent transport network at Cherrywood, with 4 stops on the LUAS Green Line and direct access to the country’s motorway and national road network make it an unrivalled place to be for both office and retail occupiers, in addition to residents.



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