Plans for a €150m redevelopment of the Boland's Mill site in Dublin's Docklands are due to be lodged with Dublin City Council tomorrow.

The plans include the construction of a 14-storey office block.

The application proposes is being made under the fast-track planning scheme for the Docklands - the Docklands Strategic Development Zone scheme.

It is being submitted to the council by Savills, acting on behalf of NAMA. Boland's Mill was previously owned by developer Seán Kelly's Benton Properties and a Treasury Holdings company.

It was sold to Benton Properties for €42m in 2004. It collapsed in value by 84% from €61m in 2007 to €9.9m in 2009, according to accounts filed with the Companies Office.

If permission is granted, Savills says development could be completed by the end of 2017.

The plans include the construction of a 14-storey office block.

The application proposes is being made under the fast-track planning scheme for the Docklands - the Docklands Strategic Development Zone scheme.

It is being submitted to the council by Savills, acting on behalf of NAMA. Boland's Mill was previously owned by developer Seán Kelly's Benton Properties and a Treasury Holdings company.

It was sold to Benton Properties for €42m in 2004. It collapsed in value by 84% from €61m in 2007 to €9.9m in 2009, according to accounts filed with the Companies Office.

If permission is granted, Savills says development could be completed by the end of 2017.