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Johnny Ronan refused permission to scrap hotel from Tara Street tower

Planners said a hotel would have a ‘dynamic and positive impact on the locality, particularly given the city centre location’

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
8th October, 2020
Ronan Group‘s 23-storey development on Tara Street, including a 100-bedroom hotel, was granted planning permission in April 2019

Johnny Ronan’s plans to scrap the hotel from his 23-storey tower on Tara Street have hit a setback.

Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) has been refused permission by Dublin City Council to remove the proposed hotel element from the development.

RGRE’s 23-storey development on Tara Street, including a 100-bedroom hotel, was granted planning permission in April 2019.

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