Reply To: 32-floor building planned for Dublin
An Taisce withdrew their objection after further consultations and very minor revisions were agreed after the first instance application.
It was the IGS who pushed it with ABP. I attended a lecture in Edinburgh by the architect who was most angry that the government wouldn’t delay the construction to get it right. It was ‘a matter of time and a matter of money’ to the government
I totally agree on the Transport situation
In one word
Ease of mode change
One ticket many destinations
The metro needs to be built to unify the Four existing rail sytems,
3 Western Suburban (Heuston Routes)
4 Eastern Suburban (Connolly Routes)
How it is done or the specific route to the airport is secondary.
Time is the over-riding criterion
Ten Years was ok in 1991 the country was broke
Ten years is not OK now it is now 6 1/2 years since O’Rourke came into office What do we have other than two linear building sites to show for her time and our taxes