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Plans To Build Dublin's Tallest Building Have Been Rejected By Dublin City Council

By mariemadden

August 1, 2017 at 4:28pm

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Plans for a 22-story hotel at George's Quay have been rejected by Dublin City Council.

The €88m property would be Dublin's tallest building if it went ahead, but plans hit a setback this week as planning permission was refused by the local authority.

DCC have argued that the building would "adversely affect the character" of the Custom House on the opposite side of the Liffey.

The decision has now been appealed in the hope that the hotel, which would create 120 jobs, can go ahead.

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