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Clanbrassil

Facts

Location Client
Dundalk, Ireland Louth County Council

Project details

Working with the council to redevelop Clanbrassil Street and St Nicholas Quarter in Dundalk’s town centre has introduced a reinvigorated public realm scheme to the area. It comprises an urban open space with wider footpaths, planting and seating to rejuvenate the site. Improving the pedestrian experience, the public area has been be reconfigured with resurfaced footpaths, parking bays and improved carriageways. The project contributes to the regeneration of one of Dundalk’s busiest high streets, and helps to establish a new identity for the town centre and improve connectivity, whilst ensuring maintenance and future flexibility.

Brief

  • Improve the connectivity of the streets in the surrounding context
  • Establish street profiles and rebalance the priority between vehicles and pedestrians
  • Enhance heritage assets and create a cohesive language for the streetscape using materials and detailing

Results

  • ULI Ireland and CBRE Ireland Excellence in Placemaking Award 2020

Integrated services

landscape architecture, lighting, building services engineering