Art gallery owners win their planning battle over Dublin aparthotel project

Art gallery owners win their planning battle over Dublin aparthotel project

A Dublin council ruling that derailed an aparthotel project – saying housing was more urgently needed in the city than hotels – has been overturned.

Last year, gallerists Bryan and Kathryn Murphy applied to demolish an old warehouse at 12 Pembroke Row to build a 28-room aparthotel. An art gallery, called the Murphy Gallery, would also be created on the ground floor as part of the plans.

The pair, who previously ran the Peppercanister Gallery in Dublin, already...

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