Dublin City Council has approved plans for a 378-bed co-living development on Cork street. The south city centre project will comprise 7 stories and has been given the go-ahead, despite a ban on co-living developments by the Housing Minister, Darragh O'Brien. It is estimated that the 1,670 similar bed spaces projects, either approved or awaiting planning, will not be affected by the ban. An Bord Pleanála will make a final decision by the 12th of January.
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