Saturday December 7, 2019

Council denies Ronan’s Tara Street Tower a second time

Developer to appeal planners’ decision to An Bord Pleanála

21st October, 2018

Developer Johnny Ronan has had his plans to build what would be Dublin’s tallest building rejected for a second time by Dublin City Council. Dublin City Council turned down Ronan’s design citing visual impact, despite the building being in line with the council’s own Local Area Plan for the site which envisages a 22-storey landmark building there. Ronan was previously refused planning permission last March for the tower at Tara Street, prompting him to submit...

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