New Battle of Clontarf Baths as DCC opens investigation
The historic 130-year-old seawater pool was restored and the location redeveloped by Turk’s Head publican and hotelier David Cullen and his family
Dublin City Council is investigating the Clontarf Baths development where the outdoor swimming pool required as part of planning permission has not yet opened.
The historic 130-year-old seawater pool was restored and the location redeveloped by Turk’s Head publican and hotelier David Cullen and his family, and a very popular 250-seat restaurant and café bar opened there, at a cost of close to €2.5 million.
However, the swimming pool remaining closed has...
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