Schools plan to develop Griffeen site
THE area had been earmarked for a high-rise development of almost 1,000 units before the LAP lapsed in April last year – paving the way for a new development plan.
The recent meeting was organised by Lucan East Educate Together principal Eddie Fox to ensure that the school community has its voice heard when it comes to developing the lands which border the schools.
Mr Fox told The Echo that with a potential school population of more than 3,000 students between Lucan East ET, Griffeen Valley Educate Together and Kishoge Community College it is important the needs of the schools are taken into account when the area is developed.
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