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IrelandBuilding height restrictions in towns and cities lifted

16:40  07 december  2018
16:40  07 december  2018 Source:   independent.ie

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Height restriction laws are laws that restrict the maximum height of structures. There are a variety of reasons for these measures. Some restrictions limit the height of new buildings so as not to block views of an older work decreed to be an important landmark by a government.

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Building height restrictions in towns and cities lifted Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy. Picture: COLIN O’RIORDAN

Restrictions on maximum building heights in towns and cities have been lifted.

Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy has published new guidelines which remove height caps on new buildings which are aimed at preventing urban sprawl.

The measures are included in the Urban Development and Building Heights Guidelines for Planning Authorities published today following a public consultation process.

They set out new and updated national planning policy on building heights in urban areas, and are guided by the National Planning Framework which demands that population growth  be largely focused in existing built-up areas.

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The law governing building heights in Washington is somewhat more complex than many people realize. It restricts buildings to 20 feet taller (In many neighborhoods, zoning is more restrictive .) The effect is that, in downtown and other highly valued commercial areas, new buildings in the city

Leo Varadkar confirmed that his administration intends lifting the restrictions in city centres and along key transport routes. Photograph: Cole Burston/Bloomberg. The Government hopes to pass new laws lifting height restrictions on residential buildings by the end of the year, according to Taoiseach

“We need to shift away from the business as usual development patterns and create a more adaptive and forward-looking vision. Our cities and our towns must grow upwards, not just outwards, if we are to meet the many challenges ahead,” the minister said.

Building height restrictions in towns and cities lifted © Catalyst Images Aerial view of the river Liffey, Dublin city centre, Ireland. “Our classic development models for our city and town cores has tended to be dominated by employment and retail uses, surrounded by extensive and constantly expanding low-rise suburban residential areas. This is completely unsustainable”.

He said that “arbitrary height caps” on apartment buildings “don’t make any sense” and the new rules would allow for taller buildings.

They follow changes to guidelines around apartment development published earlier this year, which removes the need to provide car parking spaces for properties constructed close to good public transport links.

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Building Within Height Restrictions . From small towns to large metropolitan areas, most In urban planning there are a lot of cases where cities are for and against height restrictions . In Steven’s case, he wants to have a vehicle lift inside his building , usually requiring a clear height of 12 feet.

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The measures mean local councillors can no longer impose building height rules in city and county development plans.

Building height restrictions in towns and cities lifted © Catalyst Images Office development building is located on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay on the river’s south side, building will provide new office space mid 2017. Docklands, Dublin, Ireland, 16 August 2017 However, they do not mean that all high-rise proposals will be approved as projects will have to fit in with the existing area and are subject to planning rules which are designed to prevent major traffic impacts, loss of amenity and light, among other issues.

The guidelines state that locations with potential for urban redevelopment, such as former industrial estates, dockland locations and low density urban shopping centres should be identified to allow development of taller buildings.

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“Essentially, I intend to lift the numerical height caps in our city cores and along key public transport corridors. A numeric height cap is a planning restriction She said: “Dublin is a low density city by international standards. Given the limited amount of vacant land available, we must ensure any future

City officials answer that the monumental core is off limits and that only minimal changes — perhaps an additional story to allow higher ceilings, sleeker lines and Great European cities such as Paris and London have shown that dense development on the outskirts of a city doesn’t threaten its inner beauty.

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