Johnny Ronan calls for taller buildings in central Dublin
Developer planning 17-storey hotel on Liffey quays
Dublin needs taller buildings to prevent further urban sprawl and congestion as the capital expands, according to Johnny Ronan.
The veteran property developer last week revealed plans to build Dublin’s tallest building: Tara House, an 88-metre-high, 17-storey hotel, along the river Liffey.
“Development in recent decades in Dublin has seen opportunities lost for a much greater intensification of employment and living in the city centre, which in turn would support the vibrancy of...
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