The redevelopment of Dalymount Park has taken a big step after the Department of Finance approved a draw down of over €900,000.
The news was announced by Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe today – 13 months after Dublin City Council awarded the funds for the regeneration project.
The entire redevelopment is projected to cost €34.3m in conjunction with the redevelopment of Phibsborough Shopping Centre.
The latest funding was received in January and will be used for facilitating the appointment of architects, engineers and a design team to work alongside project managers.
Update: Confirming that Dublin City Council can now draw down €918,750 to enable the detailed design work begin on the redevelopment of #DalymountPark. Big days for #Bohs, #Shels, Irish football and the future of #Phibsborough. pic.twitter.com/ZoX9vcNSo8
— Paschal Donohoe (@Paschald) February 15, 2021