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Siptu fears Liberty Hall decision may prevent any development

Siptu is to examine An Bord Pleanála's decision to reject the redevelopment of the union's Liberty Hall headquarters.

18th November, 2012
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Plans by trade union Siptu to redevelop Dublin's Liberty Hall, as shown above, have been rejected.

Siptu is to examine An Bord Pleanála's decision to reject the redevelopment of the union's Liberty Hall headquarters, amid growing concern that the structure could remain a permanent fixture on the Dublin skyline.

Informed sources said that there was "deep anxiety" in the trade union over one aspect of the Bord Pleanála refusal, where the board said it did not agree with its own inspector that there was a valid argument in favour...

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