Planning Permission for Portmarnock


Six family homes given planning permission on North Dublin coastal landscape.

We have received Planning Permission for an exciting small residential development in Portmarnock comprising six family homes. The detached houses are set out in a spiraling pattern reflecting the parkland / coastal setting. The organic layout creates greater space between the dwellings, giving each house a dramatic view of Dublin Bay, and in particular, Lambay Island to the North-east.

Portmarnock coastal landscape and Lambay Island

Natural spiral form in seashell



Ronan Phelan
Ronan Phelan leads the commercial team in STW and has also delivered many of our award-winning municipal and cultural buildings.

Recent Articles

Ulster University’s expanded campus at the Cathedral Quarter in Belfast has been shortlisted for an award at the World Architecture Festival in the ‘Completed Buildings: Higher Education and Research’ category.

On Tuesday 28th November, the 10th National Business Post Property Summit took place at the Radisson Blue Royal Hotel in Dublin city.

The ‘Generous Architectures’ Symposium was held in City Assembly House on Friday 3rd November, coinciding with the publication of ‘More Than Concrete Blocks. Volume 3 (1973 – 1999)’, the launch of which was held after the event.