Re: Re: The destruction of St. Stephen’s Green
The report has much going for it but I was let down by this item
“cultural heritage” and “high quality interchange”
If one looks at the number of areas that were to be Dublin’s cultural quarter with great fanfare reams of consulatants reports etc I guess at
1992 Temple Bar
2007 Grand Canal Square
What makes you think the state would purchase some of the most valuable real estate in Europe to deliver what they have failed to deliver constantly in the past in areas where planning conditions could be used to deliver it at a much reduced price.