Tuesday September 22, 2020

Ronan firm criticises council over Salesforce building plans

The Spencer Place Development Company had been granted permission to build to 13 storeys, but local authority objected

9th February, 2020
Johnny Ronan took out ads in several Sunday newspapers, including the Business Post, suggesting that the cap on heights was “the height of stupidity”. Picture: Tony Gavin

Property tycoon Johnny Ronan’s development company has criticised Dublin City Council‘s decision to take a legal challenge to a decision to grant it planning permission for the Salesforce campus in Dublin’s Docklands.

Spencer Place Development Company (SPDC) has said the decision will delay the delivery of much-needed housing.

“The council has decided to launch its challenge to the development of the housing units in the midst of Ireland’s worst...

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