A MASTERPLAN for what was been described as the most connected village in Ireland has been unveiled on the Southside.
With extensive public parks, transport links and community amenities the new Cherrywood Village is set to deliver 1,300 new homes by 2025.
Located on 65-acre site with views over the Dublin Mountains and the Irish Sea, and located within the Cherrywood Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) the project comprises a mix of new houses, duplexes and apartments with two public parks, 27 acres of green space, and over 4,300m² of retail and civic amenities.
Quintain, one of the largest residential developers in Ireland have revealed plans for the massive project with details available online at www.cherrywoodvillage.ie, where prospective homeowners can register for a tour of the site.
Designers say the project has been designed to create a diverse new community that will be easily accessible by public transport, with a strong emphasis on sustainable development that protects existing heritage sites.
The Laughanstown Luas Station is located at the heart of the project, and there will also be extensive cycle paths and walking routes, including The Cherrywood Way, which will connect the village to Loughlinstown to the south, and Foxrock to the north through a network of greenways.
Quintain say they will start construction before the end of the year, with the first homes completed by mid-2021. There is an ambitious timeline for the project that will see all 1,300 homes built and the Village fully occupied by 2025.
See next week’s Southside People (October 14) for more on this story..