Tuesday December 1, 2020

City Council unveils plans for 'Dublin's living room'

Plans to turn College Green into a pedestrian and cycle-friendly civic space will be submitted to An Bórd Pleanála later this month

8th May, 2017
The view of the new College Green development from Trinity College

The 7,300 square metre College Green development, designed by Dixon Jones/Paul Keogh Arichtects, will be tree-lined and granite-paved and will be fully equipped with the infrastructure to stage large public events, including a capacity to accommodate up to 15,000 people.

The civic space will cover an area from the gates of Trinity College to Anglesea Street and will include Foster Place. In order to enhance the views of the historic buildings and optimise the space for...

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