"councillors have recommended that the city planners refuse permission to Mr Carroll for the change to the hotel and for the extension to the Google building"
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I can confirm that Cllr Lacey is in favour however of the Clarence redevelopment. And he;s one of the good ones, I believe. It seems councillors, even in Dublin City, are more concerned with grandstanding against developers rather than engage in any sort of rational planning. Like it's been said, there are pros and cons, but with the Burlo closing and Jurys et al about to go for years, maybe D4 could take it. NoG must be apofuckingplectic. Never mind that Doolan fella - he;s off his head.
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Paul Clerkin wrote:In relation to Google, "moral blackmail" had been employed to suggest that refusing planning permission for the extension would result in a loss of jobs.
"My information is that Google neither requested nor wants the additional floor space, but because of a flaw in the lease, Fabrizia is forcing Google to take the additional floor space."
Payback is a bitch, Liam:
Developer Liam Carroll's Zoe Group, which is in receivership, is set to lose Google as a tenant.
The internet search engine giant, which employs 1,500 people in Dublin, wants to purchase 200,000sq ft of office space in the city centre and has tasked Peter Stapleton of property advisers Lisney to find an appropriate headquarters.
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