Appeal to Save Yeat's Home
A planning application is before South Dublin County Council to demolish Riversdale House, Rathfarnham, Dublin where Yeats lived from 1932 and where two of his later poems, What Then? and An Acre Of Grass, are about. A decision on the application is due on February 22nd.
If you want to say anything about it, a planning application is before South Dublin County Council to clear the site and
build 28 apartments (ref. no. S99A/0602).
If you've any interest in this, the place to write is:
South Dublin County Council
PO BOX 4122,
Phone 01 4149000
or email email@example.com
(quoting the reference S99A/0602)