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Residents object to Law Society pavilion

Owners and residents in nearby apartments have appealed decision

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

25th September, 2016
The Law Society building Pic:

The Law Society’s plans to build a new sports pavilion at its headquarters have hit a pothole because local residents fear it may be used as a bar similar to Trinity College’s outdoor Pavilion bar.

Though the Law Society states in its own description of the intended use of the pavilion that it is “highly unlikely to be used as a social/bar facility”, residents of the nearby Collins Square apartments said...

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