Friday May 29, 2020

AIB objects to public access plans for its Bank centre

AIB has warned Dublin City Council that unregulated public access across its Bankcentre headquarters, could have ‘‘a significant negative impact on security in the site’’.

9th June, 2007

AIB has warned Dublin City Council that unregulated public access across its Bankcentre headquarters, could have ‘‘a significant negative impact on security in the site’’.

The council wants to allow pedestrians to walk through the site in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, as part of its local area plan (LAP) for the area.

The bank has sent the local authority a threat and risk assessment report that was carried out by security consultant RMI...

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