Cafe and public toilets at Merrion Square delayed by expenses related to Brexit and pandemic
A value engineering review must take place to ensure the project, which received planning permission in 2017, is delivered cost efficiently and within budget, Dublin City Council says
The long-awaited construction of public toilets and a café in Merrion Square in Dublin has been delayed again to make sure the project is cost-effective given the increased expenses of building due to Brexit and the pandemic.
In April, the Business Post reported that construction on a gallery, outdoor seating amphitheatre, café and public toilets in Merrion Square was to begin this summer. Planning permission had been granted in 2017.
Dublin City Council told the ...