Trinity Street car park demolition plan hits legal snag
Dublin publican Paul Keaveny has written to Dublin City Council to object to Bashview’s plan to knock down the complex
The operators of Trinity Street Car Park in Dublin city centre are facing objections to their bid to knock down the complex and replace it with a new office block.
Last month, the operators of the car park, Bashview Limited, revealed plans to demolish both the car park and Moira House, which face onto Trinity Street, Dame Lane and Andrew's Lane.
Representatives for Dublin publican Paul Keaveny have written to Dublin City Council to object...
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