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Natrium vows to deal ‘as quickly as possible’ with Clerys planning hurdles

Joint venture insists development will rejuvenate capital's thoroughfare

25th September, 2016
Deirdre Foley

The company behind the proposed redevelopment of the landmark Clerys department store in Dublin’s O’Connell Street has vowed to deal with planning concerns “as quickly as possible”.

Dublin City Council’s planning department wrote to Natrium, which is headed by businesswoman Deirdre Foley, outlining a range of issues with the proposal.

Natrium received a request for further information in respect of the planning application from Dublin City Council...

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