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Nordhavn, Copenhagen | Photo: Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST
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Boulogne Park, Paris, France | Photo: Courtesy of L’Agence TER

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Welcome to the City Edge Project!

Unique in Ireland, the City Edge Project is a transformative initiative, re-imagining the Naas Road, Ballymount and Park West areas in Dublin. Creating a new urban quarter, it has the potential for 40,000 new homes and 75,000 jobs, making it one of the largest regeneration schemes in Europe.
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About the Project

The City Edge Project represents the most significant housing and economic opportunity ever undertaken in the Dublin Region and has the potential to be one of the largest and most transformational regeneration projects in Europe.

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Hafencity Public Spaces, Hamburg Germany | Photo: Thomas Hampel
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Report on Public Consultation

Chief Executive's Report on Submission's Recieved

The Chief Executive’s Report on Submissions Received (December 2021) describes the public consultation program carried out on the Emerging Preferred Scenario and its outcome in relation to submissions recieved together with reponses to issues raised. This report was presented to Elected Members of SDCC and DCC in December 2021.

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The Grand Canal, City Edge area

Area Map

Project Phases + Timeline

Project Phases + Timeline

The process for the City Edge Project can be divided into three phases:

  • Phase 1 – Baseline Analysis, Emerging Preferred Scenario and Strategic Framework
  • Phase 2 – Plan Making
  • Phase 3 – Implementation

The Baseline Analysis and Emerging Preferred Scenario elements of Phase 1 were completed in December 2021 with the release of the Chief Executive Report on Submissions Received. The Strategic Framework Element will follow early in 2022 in advance of Phase 2.

Find out more about what has happened so far and the next steps.

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Information Hub

The Information hub contains public consultation documents such as Baselines Study Findings, an Emerging Preferred Scenario, Draft Environmental Reports, a Chief Executive’s Report on the public consultation, videos of online public presentations and videos of an online International Conference.

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Live recording of the City Edge International Conference
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Project Launch

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Project Launch
RTE – Public consultation begins for new city in Dublin

Plans for a new city in Dublin, involving homes for up to 80,000 people, are undergoing public consultation. RTE: Six One News 30.09.21

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Project Launch
Dublin People – Councils to host public City Edge International Conference

Councils to host public City Edge International Conference Dublin People 27.09.21

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Project Launch
Irish Times – Public consultation process open on west Dublin urban regeneration

The aim of the City Edge project is to reimagine “significant areas of under-utilised land”. The project is a joint venture between South Dublin County Council (SDCC) and Dublin City Council (DCC) with the local authorities saying that the proposed…

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Project Launch
Dublin Gazette – Major Regeneration Project Has “City Edge’

South Dublin County Council and Dublin City Council have announced the development of a major joint urban regeneration effort known as the City Edge Project, writes Rachel Cunningham. Dublin Gazette 16.09.21

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Project Launch
Irish Independent – City Edge regeneration scheme aims to provide 40,000 homes

An ambitious regeneration scheme providing 40,000 homes and creating up to 75,000 jobs is to be undertaken as a joint venture between two Dublin local authorities. Irish Independent 13.09.21

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Project Launch
Dublin People – Massive development project for west Dublin announced

An urban regeneration programme aimed at the long-term and extensive redevelopment of western edge of Dublin City has been announced by Dublin City Council and South Dublin County Council. Dublin People 10.09.21

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Project Launch
Echo.ie – City Edge regeneration; 75,000 jobs and 40,000 homes

As part of a national strategy to regenerate the city, South Dublin County Council and Dublin City Council are working together on a long-term, extensive urban regeneration plan called the City Edge Project. Echo.ie 09.09.21

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