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Veteran architect defends 22-storey tower for capital

Dublin City Council shot down the Johnny Ronan development after claiming it would have a 'significant and detrimental visual impact'

29th October, 2017
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Johnny Ronan’s proposed 22-storey tower for Dublin

Paul O’Brien, the veteran architect with Henry J Lyons, last week defended developer Johnny Ronan’s proposed striking 22-storey tower for Dublin. He was speaking at a two-day planning appeal last week after Dublin City Council (DCC) shot down the development after claiming it would have a “significant and detrimental visual impact”. However, O’Brien said the site was the “ideal situation for a landmark building”.

“The...

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