Dublin 8 picks up pace as new developments come on stream

A slew of projects will give a big boost for businesses and workers in a central part of the capital

13th October, 2019
CGI of St James Quarter in Dublin 8: a new 12-acre mixed use urban area near the the Guinness brewery

The pace of urban renewal in Dublin 8 is gathering momentum as reflected in the latest of the new developments to come on stream. Nor have the small traders in the area been neglected despite the concerns of some city councillors who have been endeavouring to prevent new developments such as hotels.

The need that the area has for such urban renewal and the employment that it brings was recently reflected in a survey which showed...

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