Thursday October 22, 2020

Locals appeal hotel-site plan in Limerick

Plans by Galway developer John Lally to redevelop the former Jurys Doyle hotel in Limerick have been appealed by local residents to An Bord Pleanála.

4th June, 2005

Plans by Galway developer John Lally to redevelop the former Jurys Doyle hotel in Limerick have been appealed by local residents to An Bord Pleanála.

Lally bought the property from the hotelier for €9.75 million last year.

He is planning to develop 157 apartments and a 184-bed hotel on the site at the junction of O'Callaghan Strand and Ennis Road, just across the river Shannon from Limerick city centre.

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