The zone was home to the Norman Blanchard family who were conceded the terrains by the English crown in the thirteenth century. The territory remained scarcely populated and Blanchardstown remained a little country town until the 1960’s. In the 1970’s, Dublin’s growth assigned Blanchardstown to become a sleeper town with straight access to the city’s Northside. A gigantic mall, Blanchardstown Center, was opened in 1996 and from that point forward Blanchardstown has turned out to be one of the speediest extending regions in the Dublin worker belt with somewhere in the range of 91,000 inhabitants as per the 2006 statistics.
Any possible amenity is situated in Blanchardstown Center, a huge shopping mall and retail stop that works like a town inside the town. Outside Blanchardstown Center, the actual town itself still has a great part of the look of an Irish rural village about it. Close to Blanchardstown you will find an extensive office park, Blanchardstown Corporate Park, the regional college Institute Of Technology Blanchardstown and the National Aquatic Center.