Tuesday October 20, 2020

Law Society’s plans for ‘legal quarter’ hit further delays

The legal body now plans to develop a Dublin city centre site in the ‘medium term’

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
12th July, 2020
The property, located near the Law Society’s headquarters at Blackhall Place, was bought to facilitate the new development, but work did not proceed due to the economic crash

The Law Society’s plans to develop a “legal quarter” near its headquarters in Dublin city centre have hit further delays.

The legal body acquired a site on Benburb Street in 2005. The property, located near the Law Society’s headquarters at Blackhall Place, was bought to facilitate the new development, but work did not proceed due to the economic crash.

The legal quarter complex proposed for the site would contain additional...

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