Hammerson submits revised plans for Moore Street after Council flags daylight, privacy and demolition concerns
The UK property firm is seeking permission to build a mixed-retail, office and residential development at the north inner city block
UK property firm Hammerson has submitted revised plans for the redevelopment of a 5.5-acre plot between Dublin’s Moore Street and O’Connell Street.
Hammerson is seeking permission to build a mixed-retail, office and residential development at the north inner city block formerly known as the Carlton site, and lodged an initial three of six planning applications in June.
Dublin City Council had raised a number of concerns about the redevelopment, including the...
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