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The land is owned by Dublin City Council, but it's within the administrative area of Fingal County Council.
The development will incorporate a number of facilities, such as workshops and warehouses, as well as a recycling centre for public use. The council has been planning to fund the project through the disposal of the sites it will no longer require.
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At least some of the locations around the city that Dublin City Council intends to dispose of to fund the project are likely to be of interest to developers.
The large site off Collins Avenue, for example, is directly opposite Dublin City University and adjoins existing housing estates on two sides.
Dublin City Council is proceeding with a €25m plan to consolidate 19 depots on the city's northside into one location at Ballymun.
The move will free up potential development sites and property that will be sold to finance the project.