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Clonliffe College Update – June 2020

Croke Park will be hosting two information events across the coming days with regards to the redevelopment of the Clonliffe College lands.

First up is an online information evening to provide greater details about the plans for the hotel that is proposed on the Clonliffe College site. Because of continuing social distancing requirements, this event will be a virtual one – taking place online! The event will be hosted on the Croke Park website next Thursday, June 18th at 7pm. You can tune in at crokepark.ie/community.

The second event being organised by Croke Park is an OPEN DAY for you to review the plans. This will be an opportunity to come into the stadium in mid-June to view the plans for the hotel & speak with the architect. 

Again, due to Covid restrictions, this event will be by appointment only; to register your interest in attending, please contact community@crokepark.ie or phone Julianne on 01 865 8607.  I have been reassured that the Croke Park authorities will have all necessary safeguards in place for your safety in the stadium for this open day; for further information, please visit hse.ie/coronavirus.

Separately, I understand that Croke Park and its development partners, Hines, are set to organise an event in July to share details of the wider masterplan for the Clonliffe College site. As and when I have details of that event, I will share them here, on Facebook, and hopefully by then, my local newsletter (Covid19 permitting!)

In the interim, if you have any questions or queries arising from the information above, please email me at RayMcAdam@gmail.com.

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raymcadam View All

Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City
Leader, Fine Gael, Dublin City Council
Chair, Urban Form & Planning Strategic Policy Committee

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