Tuesday June 2, 2020

Goodman firm seeks revisions to plans for city centre office block

New application exposes Ternary Limited to further objections

Killian Woods

Business reporter

29th March, 2020
The Setanta Centre building on Nassau Street. Picture: Fergal Phillips

Larry Goodman’s property group has been forced back to square one with its plans to redevelop a long-vacant office block in Dublin city centre.

The tenant lined up for a new office block due to be developed by Goodman on Nassau Street has requested a host of changes to the proposed building, requiring the businessman to file a new planning application.

The new application has reopened the window for objections to Goodman’s plan...

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