Primetime 12th February 2008 – Re New Planning Gidelines

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    • #709833
      hutton
      Participant

      This is on now, and should be online, 20 mins in.

      Ha ha, hutton has just been quoted with Mark Littles opening remark – “build first, plan later”! ๐Ÿ˜€

      The bastards – theyve not attributed it – the plagerism writ is in the post RTE! ๐Ÿ˜ก

      Anyone else see it? the Monaghan councillor is a scary specimen ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

    • #797461
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Hi there,

      I’m a new member to this site so I’m not sure of the etiquette. But I came across a thread which you were a part of in 2006 about the Greek facade Presbyterian church on Sean McDermott Street – I’m trying to find out more about the convent on that same street as I’ve noticed recently that has that little planning sign on it, like a mark of death I’m afraid! I would really like to know more about this – I would like to get inside it before its knocked down or turned inside out or whatever the developers have in store for it! could you maybe point me in the right direction? I am an artist who is very interested in urban planning, spatial relations and power relations, as well as the bureaucratic language of planning and development. Thanks! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • #797462
      Anonymous
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      he was a meath councillor…and I agree completely lacking in any real understanding of what he was doing

    • #797463
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      @StephenC wrote:

      he was a meath councillor…and I agree completely lacking in any real understanding of what he was doing

      That panelist was desperate alright, but his monaghan cousin was in the opening clips…

      @jdf wrote:

      Hi there,

      I’m a new member to this site so I’m not sure of the etiquette. But I came across a thread which you were a part of in 2006 about the Greek facade Presbyterian church on Sean McDermott Street – I’m trying to find out more about the convent on that same street as I’ve noticed recently that has that little planning sign on it, like a mark of death I’m afraid! I would really like to know more about this – I would like to get inside it before its knocked down or turned inside out or whatever the developers have in store for it! could you maybe point me in the right direction? I am an artist who is very interested in urban planning, spatial relations and power relations, as well as the bureaucratic language of planning and development. Thanks! ๐Ÿ™‚

      Welcome to the site jdf – I’d refer you to the thread, “Building on Sean McDermott St” – https://archiseek.com/content/showthread.php?t=5005 – and also to the planning search on Dublin City website. I have heard of an application being made, but without the ref no. it is tricky to identify on the DCC website as there are a variety of spellings used for that street…

    • #797464
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      mr green wasn’t very good either really he waffled about green buzzwords rather then accepting that ‘guidelines’ weren’t enough.

    • #797465
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      @lostexpectation wrote:

      mr green wasn’t very good either really he waffled about green buzzwords rather then accepting that ‘guidelines’ weren’t enough.

      mr green was unable to guarantee the guidelines would be enforced yet was advocating the guidelines would provide a solution.

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