Laborious And Futile

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Newmarket Square, Dublin 8.

Hoarding covering construction work for a new Premier Inn hotel.

Harry Warren writes;

I think the urban art in these  photos have  a lot to say about the absurdity of building Hotels when housing is needed. Don’t agree? Then learn from Sisyphus

7 thoughts on “Laborious And Futile

  1. scottser

    yes people need housing, but developers need tax breaks. so all those scabs looking for a free house can take a ticket, amirite rob?

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    1. Janet, dreams of big guns

      you are being hysterical, excitable and emotional and you aren’t even a bird ! ;)

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      1. scottser

        i really am. it’s my time of the month or something. I HAVE THE RIGHT TO IDENTIFY HOWEVER I BLOODY WELL PLEASE!

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  2. Vanessanelle

    What’s the point of proceeding with a Hotel Development when we’ve just seen how weak and inflexible the sector is in a crisis.

    Anyone?

    To me it makes no sense, especially when the financers and developers can extract themselves far easier and more comfortably with one and two bed units.

    The only reason I can put my finger on is that there must be some guarantee over their losses.
    And that wouldn’t surprise me in the least.

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      1. Slightly Bemused

        Just in case anyone wants to know why I am giving out about Nick, he is the ‘Sheet’s music guru. So any time a links leads me down a warren from this site, I blame him. Just because.

        After all, it led me to Rasputin. Will this hell have no end?

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