Re: Re: grangegorman allocated 262 million
You are wrong about universities of course
Hmmm… but not a debate for this thread. This could be such a marvellous opportunity for an area that has traditionally been ‘closed’ to the city being ‘opened’ and integrated; the masterplan looks good and with a clear head and a steady hand there is no reason why it should not be implemented, even during the current blip. I like the idea of a more open ‘campus’ -university uses, yes, but real shops, pubs, cafes, streets, businesses as well – any thoughts?
The thought of the tramway going through, the prospect of integrating it with the marvellous Broadstone building, the retention of historic buildings on the site – am I dreaming or is this all too good to be true?