alonso wrote: 5 million cyber euros*
The public footpath at the junction of Andrew Street, Church Lane and Suffolk Street, Dublin 2 in front of the 'Dublin Tourism Centre', Suffolk Street.
Western side of the public footpath of Rathmines Road. The unit will be posistioned in the median opposite no. 302, (Boots) Rathmines Road Lower, Dublin 6.
The footpath on the eastern side of Camden Street Lower, Dublin 2 in front of nos. 1-3 Camden Street Lower
On the western side of Liffey Street Upper, on the public footpath outside 'Outdoor Adventure Store' 34/35, Liffey Street Upper, Dublin 1
The public footpath on the northern side of Abbey Street Middle outside Independant House, Dublin 1.
The public footpath on the Western side of O'connell Street Lower, Dublin 1, immediately to the south of the junction with Abbey Street Middle and to the front of nos. 46 - 48 ('Supermacs and Schuh')
Eastern side of the public footpath on O'Connell Street Upper, adjacent number 10 (Burger King / Pulan Pinang) and number 11A (Peter Mark), O'connell Street Upper, Dublin 1
The public footpath on the southern side of Abbey Street Lower adjacent to the Abbey Theatre Dublin 1.
The footpath at the junction of William Street South, Stephen Street Lower and Johnson Place, Dublin 2. The unit will be positioned on the public footpath in front of no 38, William Street South (South William Street Pharmacy) and west of Clarendon Market
The footpath on the northern side of King Street South, Dublin 2, immediately to the east of the junction with Clarendon Row, opposite St Stephens Green Shopping Centre and to the south of the site of the Former Eircom Building.
throughfare at junction of Henry Street & Moore Street, Dublin 1 adjacent to no's 43-42 Henry Street (Evans)
Eastern side of footpath outside, 23 O' Connell Street Upper (Gresham Hotel), South Of The Junction Of O'Connell Street Upper And Cathal Brugha Street, Dublin 1
The public footpath on the western side of Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2. The site is located adjacent to Nos. 1- 3, Westmoreland Street and the bank of Ireland to the west
The public thoroughfare at the eastern end of King Street South, Dublin 2 near the junction with Grafton Street and St Stephens Green. The site is located adjacent to 'Bus Stop Newsagents' to the North
Public Thoroughfare on eastern side, Of Grafton Street To Front Of 40 Grafton Street, Dublin 2
Public Footpath on eastern side of, O' Connell Street Lower, Outside 9 O' Connell Street Lower (Quinn Direct Insurance), Dublin 1
Public footpath on western side, Of O ' Connell Street Upper, Outside 62 O ' Connell Street Upper (McDonalds), Dublin 1
Eastern side of Liffey Street Upper, Arnotts Department Store At Junction Of, Liffey Street Upper And Proby's Lane, Dublin 1
throughfare on northern side of Henry Street, adjacent to the entrance of Roches Stores & opposite Henry Street entrance to Arnotts Dublin 1
public throughfare on northern side of Henry Street adjacent to Marys Mall entrance to Ilac Centre opposite 31-32 Henry Street, Dublin 1
On the public footpath on the northern side of Beresford Place, Immediately adjacent Block 2 (OPW Valuations Office), Irish Life Centre, Beresford Place, Dublin 1 at the Junction with Abbey Street Lower.
Western side of public footpath on, O' Connell Street Upper, Adjacent Former Carlton Cinema Site 50/51 O'Connell Street Upper, Dublin 1
Southern side of Blackberry Lane, Junction Of Blackberry Lane And Lwr Ratmines Road, Upositioned On Public Footpath Outside 41A Blackberry Lane, Lower Rathmines Road, Dublin 6
Public footpath on western side of area, Of Public Open Space Known As Smithfield Plaza, Immediately South Of Junction Of Blackhall Walk And Smithfield, Dublin 7
Permission for the erection of an advertising display unit on the site. The precise location of the unit is marked by an x in a circle directly onto the pavement in red paint. The overall area of the site is 0.295 m2. The development will consist of an internally illuminated, double sided, advertising display unit which shall display civic information or an advertisement. The display panels shall be scrolling or static. The structure has an overall height of 2.596 metres and a width of 1.438 metres. The area of each of the display panels is 1.98m2.
Where's the Irish Times in covering this???
PVC King wrote: the latest ones are also bullet proof.
StephenC wrote:The whole point was to reduce all those nasty hoardings
hutton wrote:410 quid per notice????
*heads off to print out cards advertising such service + sets up shop*
Thats some wheeze!
ctesiphon wrote: Most planners and a good number of architects that I know have had to re-submit applications because some local thought he could thwart the application by removing / vandalising a site notice
ctesiphon wrote:I look forward to seeing the 'Bespoke site notices by Hutton, Esq.'
StephenC wrote:How original - a middle class vs working class slant to the whole debate.
StephenC wrote:How original - a middle class vs working class slant to the whole debate. Its true I have never seen a working class person (from Sheriff Street by the sounds of your post) driving a car - how novel would that be. And of course most working class people are also immune to advertising.
publicrealm wrote:In fairness - one does occasionally find oneself driving through these areas en route to the Yacht club.