Plans by trade union Siptu to demolish and redevelop Liberty Hall in Dublin have been rejected by the planning appeals authority.
An Bord Pleanála said the the new complex would be “unacceptably dominant” in the city and “visually intrusive in the streetscape and riverscape”.
The authority was also of the view the proposal would “seriously injure the visual amenities of the city and its skyline”.
Read the article @ The Irish Times
Posted by BPS Town Planning Consultants
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