Dublin needs a radical, active plan of regeneration

Dublin needs a radical, active plan of regeneration

Dublin's problem is not an excess of open space; on the contrary, it is under-use of its existing developed space

As we approach the centenary of the destruction of the Custom House, then the seat of Ireland’s Local Government Board, by the forces of Dáil Éireann in 1921, it is perhaps time to consider afresh the role the rebuilt Custom House has played in the newly independent Ireland for the last hundred years as the seat of the Department of Local Government, now known as the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government.

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