Plans for 100 residential units lodged for former Linders site
An aerial shot of the former Linders site, Quadrant House, planned for 100 units

Plans for 100 residential units lodged for former Linders site

PLANS for a Large Scale Residential Development (LRD) of over 100 units in Chapelizod have been lodged with Dublin City Council.

The applicant is property group Linders of Smithfield Ltd and the site is located at the former Linders site, Quadrant House, Chapelizod Road.

According to Dublin City Council’s weekly planning list, the submission is at Stage 2 (pre-planning consultation), and as a result, is for information purposes only.

No documents are available to view until the application is lodged at Stage 3 of the LSRD process. However, it does list plans for 106 units.

LRD’s are developments of 100 housing units or more, or student accommodation developments comprising 200 bed spaces or more, or a combination of same.

C&F Quadrant is a member of the Linders of Smithfield Group of companies which is owned by the Linders family.

The Linders Group is over 70 years in existence and is a successful property holding company that also operates two trading entities, namely C&F Quadrant and Linders Renault of Chapelizod & Finglas.

Linders currently own and operate several high-profile commercial properties in Dublin city.

These include Metropolitan House on James Joyce St, Dublin 1, Bloom House on Railway St, Dublin 1, Arran Court on Arran Quay in Smithfield which is home to several large law firms, The Distillers Building in Smithfield and also Haymarket House in Smithfield.

Current commercial property tenants include Irish Water, Dublin Motor Tax Office in Smithfield, The Probation Services Head Office, The Irish Film Sensors Office, The Health and Safety Authority, and AON Insurance.

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