Developer at odds with Dublin City Council over planned aparthotel in capital

Red Rock Developments has appealed to An Bord Pleanála over an order to shrink a proposed aparthotel on Foley Street in Dublin, arguing the move would make the development commercially unviable

An artist’s impression of the plans submitted by Red Rock Developments for an aparthotel on Foley Street

Keith Craddock’s Red Rock Developments is at odds with Dublin City Council over its plans to develop a new 91-bedroom aparthotel on Dublin’s Foley Street.

The development company has appealed to the state’s planning regulator after the council ordered it to reduce the height of the property from 10 storeys to 9 due to concerns it would “dominate the streetscape”.

In its appeal to An Bord Pleanála, lodged last week, Red Rock said the council’s ...