Re: Re: “Modern” Protected Structures in Dublin
And just to add to the fun, there’s two further objections from An Taisce and Alexander Kearney.
In fairness it’s worth noting that Dublin An Taisce originally put in a particularly erudite submission giving great weight to having the buildings added to the RPS – citing the Architectural Reveiw piece from 1972 or thereabouts etc… Now weren’t they the helpful fellows?
I agree with Gunter. BOI should never have been allowed build that there, but seeing as they went to such trouble – weekend demolition jobs etc thwarting the late, great, Deirdre Kelly from getting her injunction – it would be a great shame not to let them keep it. Environmental karma, some might say 😀
In any event, apart from the debate regarding the building’s own merits, it is worth noting that any further development here would be wholly, totally, and completely unsuitable – being where it it at the heart of the South Georgian Quarter.
Down with this sort of thing…