Dublin Airport Central gains planning permission
The Dublin Airport Central development, a scheme in collaboration with a team of consultants led by PM Group for the Dublin Airport Authority, has been granted planning permission from An Bord Pleanála, Ireland’s strategic planning body.
The new commercial quarter, directly opposite Dublin Airport’s Terminal 2, is an important investment in Dublin’s future office capacity, helping to enhance regional and international connectivity for its businesses.
The new development will have four office blocks that will total approximately 42,000 sqm in area, new public spaces including landscaped gardens, and a car park. Its composition and design creates a unifying space with both daily workers and airport travellers in mind. The glass facades of the buildings will create a series of dynamic frontages that will reflect light during the day and be illuminated at night.
The public realm, designed by landscape architects HED, establishes a new city square to the south of the cluster which acts as a transition space between airport and offices, creating a focus to the development where organisations can connect, collaborate and engage socially and professionally.