Saturday December 7, 2019

Developers downscale Liberties co-living complex after meetings with Council

Killian Woods

Business reporter

1st December, 2019
Dublin City Council planning offices (Pic: Getty)

Shared living operator The Collective has radically downscaled the plan for its first Irish complex following meetings with Dublin City Council.

Last month, the London-based company lodged a proposal to construct 69 co-living units and 144 hotel rooms on the corner of New Row South and Fumbally Lane in the Liberties area of Dublin.

Documents seen by this newspaper showed that ahead of lodging the plans, The Collective was in extensive discussions with senior Dublin City Council...

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