Tuesday January 28, 2020

Building restrictions ‘threaten viability’ of €20m Dún Laoghaire project

Planning permission for the use of the old ferry terminal as offices lapses in eight years’ time

Killian Woods

Business reporter

12th January, 2020
A plan to convert Dún Laoghaire’s ferry terminal into offices is back on. Picture: Donal Murphy

A €20 million project to convert Dún Laoghaire’s ferry terminal into offices is back on, having been previously plagued by setbacks.

The new firm behind the plan has said vital changes need to be made to the project to make it commercially viable.

Permission was granted by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council to turn the old ferry terminal into a co-working office block in September 2018. The plan was suddenly abandoned seven...

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