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Ronan seeks to ‘tear up’ SDZ at Salesforce Tower

Developer Johnny Ronan is seeking to exploit the abolition of the building height cap by applying to add on two more floors to his ‘megatower’ in the Dublin Docklands.

3rd February, 2019
Salesforce Tower is being built at Spencer Place in Dublin 1; and Johnny Ronan

Developer Johnny Ronan is seeking to exploit the abolition of the building height cap by applying to add on two more floors to his ‘megatower’ in the Dublin Docklands.

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy lifted caps on the maximum height of buildings in towns and cities in December to encourage more city centre development.

The Salesforce Tower at Spencer Place is being built by his Ronan Group Real Estate and Colony Capital, who...

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