Re: Re: Irish say no to PVC windows
Sometimes just part of a building gets PVC’d for some reason, as here on the first floor on Aungier Street, Dublin.
Or here, on the top two floors on Upper Ormond Quay, facing the council’s planning department across the river. It’s likely that this one was inspired by the Ormond Hotel’s huge wall of PVC a couple of doors down.
The Aungier Street and Ormond Quay buildings are both protected structures, so these window alterations were illegal. It’s still important to make a complaint even if only part of a building has been PVC’d, as it is then easier for the rest of it to be done at a later date.