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Bono-backed Hollywood-style film studio plan gets early support

Project hopes to create Ireland’s largest full-service film, TV and digital content production studios at 34-hectare Poolbeg site

24th January, 2017
And...action: Poolbeg Peninsula Pic: RollingNews.ie

Dublin Bay Studios has welcomed news that Dublin City Council supports commercial uses associated with "media, digital media and film production" contained within the draft Poolbeg West Planning Scheme.

The project hopes to create Ireland’s largest full-service film, TV and digital content production studios at the site. Those behind it claim it "would have a combination of elements to make Dublin Bay Studios a world-class studio location".

Windmill Lane Studios founder James Morris...

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