Digger Warning Admin at 10:11 am August 17, 2017 Dame Street, Dublin 2 Slabs of concrete surrounding the former Central are being ripped up to be replaced with what we know not. Anyone? Leah Farrell/Rollingnews FacebookTwitterPinterest Related posts: They’re Calling It #OccupyDameStreet Now LTV Ireland A Run On The Bank None Shall Sleep
Its a cell to hold all of the lesser orders.
what are your thoughts on spirulina, mildred?
I had to google it.
“Slabs of concrete surrounding the former Central are being ripped up to be replaced with what we know not.”
Alongside the ripping up of grammatical standards.
is that not hibernian english ?
That would be “… to be replaced with we know not what”. And that would be fine.
Oooh you soothe my soul.
I’ll be over in 10 minutes
Ooh I know, had to read it twice, thought maybe I needed my meds
Thank you, I was thinking the same.
I agree Brother, it hurts.
And spirulina is the work of the devil.
It’s really important that you’ve shared this information with the world.
They’re building a moat
wait and find out.. or go to the county council offices and request a copy of the publicly accessible plans..
They’re hardly starting that new plaza already, are they?
Cans on the steps! ’97 here we come.
Getting black lipstick on the roach.
What are they doing to my former homestead ?? I saw an application which doesn’t sound to bad (Arcade.art-space & rooftop restaurant ) . Though given Hines activities out this way in Cherrywood their promises don’t happen quickly ?? Some element of social housing should be included & could brighten up a sometimes windy dark spot !!
There’s no housing going into the building, why would they add some social housing?
Unless you make it a requirement of all office/retail developments.
It’s to help in the placing of obstacles to prevent homeless citizens from sleeping near the building that helped to create their plight.
Of course it is.
Wasn’t the original idea that the steps and front of the Central Bank would be open and accessible as a public space? The railings were added a few years later because of anti-social behaviour, if I recall correctly. Assume the lessons from that will be applied to the design of the College Green plaza.
Seems extreme but should definitely get rid of the smell of p155
Well it’s obviously bad.. I mean when has anything good happened when it’s the private sector.. protest now!
Let’s hope it’s those granite slabs that are impossible to walk on in the rain / damp / mist / ice / autumn / spring.