A Fresh Airport Bid Beside Dublin Airport Has Been Launched By Hotel Firm

By Darragh Berry

December 22, 2017 at 6:02pm

A Fresh Airport Bid Beside Dublin Airport Has Been Launched By Hotel Firm

The Irish Independent is reporting that fresh plans for a new 10-storey, 421 bedroom hotel have been submitted for a site near Dublin Airport.

The development will cost tens of millions if it gets the go ahead.

It's the second time the request to build the establishment has been put through. The original development saw planning permission from Fingal County Council granted in April.

Then, a proposed 427-bedroom hotel was the plan (making it one of the biggest hotels in Ireland) but in October, An Bord Pleanála blocked the development.

The reason it was blocked was because several locals complained that the new building would have a negative impact on the area and on their privacy.

The planned 10-storey building consisted of 317 bedrooms and 110 suites and included leisure facilities, meeting and conference rooms.

The site is located close to the junction of the M50 and the M1 motorway. 

Do you think having a hotel near the Airport would be handy or just irrelevant?

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