Council refuses planning permission for hotel development at Cobblestone pub

Marron Estates Ltd had applied to the Council for planning permission for a nine-storey hotel at 77-80 King Street North in Smithfield.

29th November, 2021
Council refuses planning permission for hotel development at Cobblestone pub
Under the proposed development, the pub would have been retained, however concerns were expressed over the scale and the removal of an area beside the traditional Irish music pub. Picture: RollingNews.ie

A proposed hotel development at the Cobblestone pub in Dublin has been refused planning permission by Dublin City Council.

Marron Estates Ltd had applied to the Council for planning permission for a nine-storey hotel at 77-80 King Street North in Smithfield.

The proposal included the demolition of 78 and 79, and the retention and alteration of 77 and 80.

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