Newmarket Square Dublin 8 (building site for an New Premier Inn hotel).
Thanks Harry Warren
Lines on the lockdown to email@example.com marked ‘Lines On The Lockdown’
Earlier: A Limerick A Day
Dublin city centre (top), Rathfarnham and Kimmage yesterday
Conor Murphy writes
The campaign is by creative agency Pluto and space donated by Ad Tower. They very smartly separated the chimneys to adhere to social distancing….
Pics Phil Mara, Gnik, and David McGovern
With or without brew?
Andy Sheridan ( he of the wonderful long exposure urban portraits) twasks:
Anyone else think that that Heineken sign [at O’connell Street Bridge] should be replaced with something less…beery? #Dublin #Ireland #moneytalks #visuallandscape
First Time Buyer writes:
Are developers our equivalent to [oil producer cartel] OPEC, hoarding land and keeping output to a minimum in order to drive up prices and their profits?
They are holding out in the hope that the next Government will reduce taxes and levies or put pressure on the Central Bank to relax its mortgage lending rules.
The result is that buyers are being forced to seek housing beyond the city and reviving the uunsustainable boom-era practice of long-distance commuting.
The evidence; asking prices are dropping in Dublin but increasing in the rest of the country.
Builders hoarding land to fuel profit (Independent.ie)
Property trends may lead to ‘unsustainable’ commutes – ESRI (Irish Times)
Outside former round-the-corner-from-Windmill-Lane U2 bolthole the (long since departed) Dockers pub on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2.
Viral marketing or not, we like these.
Earlier: Polly Filler
(Pix: Oisín Kane)