Work to start on Kilcarbery facilities later this year
Work is on-going at the Kilcarbery development

Work to start on Kilcarbery facilities later this year

FACILITIES at the new Kilcarbery development in Clondalkin are scheduled to commence construction later this year.

The creche facility at Kilcarbery is scheduled to commence construction in Q3 2022 with a scheduled 11-month build programme, with an expected completion in Q2 2023. The community centre is proposed for the final phase of construction in the development and is anticipated to commence in late 2023/early 2024.

Separately, the adjacent, proposed retail site is planned to be advertised for expressions of interest next month with a preferred bidder potentially selected in Q2 2022, followed by a provisional 24-month timeline for delivery incorporating planning and construction.

The news of the commencement of construction on some facilities comes after it was recently announced that the plans for the construction of a school as part of the development have been shelved, which caused concern for residents.

Kilcarbery is a joint venture development of 1,034 homes on 29 acres of council lands. The venture is being carried out by Adwood Ltd, a consortium of established Dublin builders Adroit and Maplewood, and South Dublin County Council.

Adwood will pay the council €38m and deliver 310 social housing units at competitive rates over four years, according to the council. The development at Kilcarbery commenced construction in April last year and is expected to be completed on a phased basis from 2022-2025, with phase 1 of the project due for competition in September 2022, which will comprise of 301 units.

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