Pantibar on Capel Street, Dublin 1 with its newly erected sign in March
The Herald reports:
“…the Herald can reveal that a warning letter was issued by Dublin City Council (DCC) at the end of March following complaints to the city’s planning department suggesting that the sign contravened planning permission. A spokesperson confirmed that a warning was issued under Section 152 of the Planning Act and that the matter was being “actively pursued”.”
“When contacted by the Herald, Mr O’Neill declined to comment on the matter. The performer will now have a chance to argue his case with city planners but, if DCC rules that it does breach the bar’s planning permission, it is likely that it will have to be taken down. The costs incurred by DCC, if an enforcement order is issued, may also have to be covered by the Irish gay community’s icon.”
The North Lotts and Grand Canal Dock Strategic Development Zone
The controversial Chocolate Park.
Gets the golden ticket.
Via Dublin City Council
Dublin City Council is pleased to announce that planning permission has been granted for the first planning application under the North Lotts and Grand Canal Dock Strategic Development Zone (SDZ). Planning permission was granted for a development by Targeted Investment Opportunities Plc. at No. 76 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2, for a mixed use scheme.
The development also provides for the new ”Chocolate Park” [based on Roald Dahl’s classic on a site is in the middle of the peninsula between Hanover Quay and Sir John Rogerson’s Quay] public open space.
This decision marks the first major planning application to be granted by Dublin City Council as the Development Agency for Dublin Docklands. Three other significant applications for development in Docklands have also been made to the City Council including the mixed use development at Boland’s Mills….
Dublin City Council Beta Project’s test bike hangar installed on John Dillon Street, Christchurch Dublin.
The site where you are supposed to give feedback is very confusing and non user friendly. I think these could transform the Dublin cycling experience and put you guys out business. Can you pass that onto them [DCC]? Ta.