This part of Dublin city has seen extensive and rapid re-development in recent years. A new rail station has been built adjacent to the site to accommodate the anticipated influx of both commuter and new residents to the area. The completed development includes 29000 sq m of commercial offices which serve as part of the European Headquarters Campus for Google. This mixed use development also includes 645 apartments, houses and duplex units and 1500 sq m of retail space.
Adamstown is a sustainable new community on the western edge of Dublin City, designed to accommodate 10,000 residents in 11 neighbourhoods and 4 amenity areas. OMP led the design team and advised the developers and the Local Authority in the preparation, over a number of years, of an Area Action Plan , a Local Area Plan and finally a Special Development Zone (SDZ) Masterplan , the first to be approved in Ireland.
Masterplan for sustainable new community of 25000 people on 214 hectare greenfield site.
The Ballymun Regeneration Masterplan began in 1998 and was aimed at resuscitating the failed Local Authority “New Town” in the north of Dublin City by creating five distinct neighborhoods in which buildings, functions and spaces related to each other in a legible and humanly scaled manner. OMP was responsible for the design of two areas of housing within the neighbourhoods of Balcurris and Coultry.
Mount Saint Anne’s is one of the largest mixed use, up market, private redevelopment projects in inner suburban Dublin. The scheme is a development, in two phases, of 650 dwellings and 2,000 Sqm of non- residential uses including offices and shops, a medical clinic, a crèche, a gym, a Parish hall and some priest’s accommodation.
Pelletstown House Lands lie in the western suburbs of Dublin city. The Masterplan proposes two local centres on the 43 hectares site which was once farming land. OMP was subsequently appointed by Castlethorn Construction to prepare detailed proposals for the 22 hectares/ 55acres in their ownership, which they named Rathbourne Village