Part of Dun Laoghaire shopping centre to be turned into primary care centre
Coltard, the centre’s operator, wants to turn the third floor into a medical facility
The owners of Dun Laoghaire shopping centre in Dublin are planning to turn part of the building into a primary care centre.
Coltard, the operator of the centre, wants to turn the third floor into a medical facility comprising treatment rooms, dental, physiotherapy, mental health and speech and language consulting rooms.
The proposed changes also include the removal of parking spaces in the car park for use by the primary care centre as well as...
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