Sunday September 20, 2020

The Inquisitor: New apartment size regulations have come too late for many

Dublin City Council has finally decided to do the right thing when it comes to regulations about the minimum size of apartments in the capital.

8th September, 2007

Dublin City Council has finally decided to do the right thing when it comes to regulations about the minimum size of apartments in the capital.

Last week councillors voted to introduce new guidelines that mean apartment developments will not get planning permission unless they have up to 25 per cent more floor space.

The immediate idea is to make apartment living more attractive for young families.

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