Appeals lodged against Dublin co-living complex

James Joyce Cultural Centre and the Irish Georgian Society object to SQRE Living development near Mountjoy Square

2nd January, 2020
Appeals lodged against Dublin co-living complex
An artist’s impression of the complex on Hill Street. The developer made adjustments to the size of kitchen areas after planners raised concerns. Picture: SQRE Living

Two cultural organisations have lodged appeals against the first large-scale co-living complex approved by Dublin City Council.

The James Joyce Cultural Centre and the Irish Georgian Society have asked An Bord Pleanála to overturn the council’s approval for construction of SQRE Living’s 129-bed complex on Hill Street, near Mountjoy Square.

The James Joyce Cultural Centre, which backs on...

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