Friday April 3, 2020

Proposed co-living complex hits back over planners’ concerns

Dublin City Council worried that development in Liberties may have insufficient communal spaces and kitchen facilities

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
22nd March, 2020
The Collective last year lodged a proposal to construct 69 co-living units and 144 hotel rooms on the corner of New Row South and Fumbally Lane, Dublin 8

The Collective has hit back at concerns raised over its first co-living complex due to be built in the Liberties in Dublin.

Last year, the London-based company lodged a proposal to construct 69 co-living units and 144 hotel rooms on the corner of New Row South and Fumbally Lane, Dublin 8.

During its review of the proposal, Dublin City Council planners claimed they had concerns that an insufficient amount of communal spaces and kitchen facilities would be provided...

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