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The future development of a key site in Galway City for affordable housing with some commercial use, is being put to public consultation to gather feedback and ideas from the local community. The 8.63 hectares (21 acres) of land at Sandy Road will involve the creation of a new neighbourhood and will be the largest single urban regeneration project to take place in the city.
The Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland (RIAI) was commissioned by the Land Development Agency (LDA), in partnership with the Galway City Council (GCC), to undertake a Design Review for the Sandy Road site and to bring Architects’ expertise to identify the site’s potential and to inform, guide and shape local and regional planning policy going forward.
The Design Review was undertaken by five RIAI Registered Architects, who each put forward different proposals and visions that show a range of possible ideas for the site. All of the submissions involve the creation of a new urban quarter with high quality housing alongside workspace and commercial hubs.
Below you will be able to find each of the Architects Proposals:
- Alice Casey MRIAI, TAKA Architects Proposal
- Jonny McKenna MRIAI, Metropolitan Workshop Proposal
- Michael Pike MRIAI, GKMP Architects Proposal
- Paul Mannion MRIAI, Scott Tallon Walker Architect Proposal
- Valerie Mulvin FRIAI, McCullough Mulvin Architects Proposal
Following feedback, a final Design Review Report will be issued by the RIAI.
The deadline for public feedback is 31 July 2020, by email to email@example.com