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Cork City Council more amenable to high-rise, says property developer

12th May, 2019

The developer of two high-rise builds in Cork city has said that the local authority has not been resistant to the heights of its projects - unlike Dublin City Council.

While Dublin City Council has decided housing minister Eoghan Murphy’s revised guidelines to allow greater building heights in urban areas requires a year-long review of the Salesforce Tower megabuild plan, Cork City Council has not made any similar soundings to date ahead of plans for...

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