Blanchardstown Centre is a planned town centre. The objective for the creation of a town centre at Blanchardstown has its genesis in the Dublin City Development Plan of 1972 which was the result of recommendations arising from a report undertaken by planning consultants in the 1960’s. Blanchardstown is a suburb of Dublin with a population currently standing at 92,000 residents.
Green Property Limited opened the main retail component of Blanchardstown Centre in 1996. Since then the Centre has become Ireland’s largest retail and leisure development and the country’s most popular retail park destination. The centre currently contains 100,000 sq. metres of retail space, a further 200,000 sq. metres of leisure uses including a theatre and Ireland’s largest public library.
Blanchardstown Centre is also home to office headquarters for occupiers including eBay, Liberty Insurance, and Fingal County Council. A 4 Star 200 bed hotel and conference centre was opened by Crowne Plaza (Intercontinental Hotel Group) in 2008, alongside a complex of apartments, restaurants and retail units and adjacent to the bus interchange which opened earlier the same year.
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