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City Council holding pop-up consultation on Sandy Road redevelopment

Galway City Council is holding a pop-up consultation downtown today on the proposed redevelopment of the Sandy Road.

Plans are in the works between the City Council and Land Development Agency to develop 21 acres of land on the Sandy Road that could deliver up to 1,000 homes in a new urban quarter.

When completed it will be the largest single urban regeneration project to take place in the city.

The objective of this project has been to deliver “affordable homes” in a “sustainable urban neighbourhood” which emphasises pedestrian and cycling links.

As part of a Design Review being undertaken by the LDA, five architects have submitted proposals for the site.

A public consultation on those different proposals is underway and will continue until the end of this month.

A pop-up consultation on the plans is being held on Shop Street today until 1pm this afternoon.

View details on the designs at: https://bit.ly/30EnWOK.

 

image credit: Galway City Council via Facebook

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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