Hang Dai restaurant in planning row over unauthorised works

Restaurant owners said permitted layout had become ‘problematic in operational terms’

22nd December, 2019
Hang Dai restaurant in planning row over unauthorised works
Karl Whelan and Will Dempsey opened restaurant Hang Dai in 2016

The owners of Hang Dai are fighting to retain changes to the well-known Dublin Asian restaurant.

Dublin City Council issued an enforcement notice against owners Will Dempsey and Karl Whelan last July over new building developments at the Camden Street eatery.

Dempsey and Whelan’s firm WK Catering Limited have now applied for planning permission to retain the unauthorised works.

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