Probe into clashes on city planning decisions

An inquiry into planning problems in Dublin will examine the sharply different decisions taken by the city's planners and An Bord Pleanála.

25th November, 2012

An inquiry into planning problems in Dublin will examine the sharply different decisions taken by the city's planners and An Bord Pleanála, amid concern over plans to locate a new national children's hospital at St James's Hospital in the city.

The head of the inquiry has said that he will examine a number of key projects in the capital as part of his inquiry, including the recent decision by An Bord Pleanála to...

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