“Fast-track” for Dublin’s tallest tower?

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Johnny Ronan has applied for planning permission for what would be Dublin’s tallest tower via the “Fast-track” route, otherwise known as the Government’s Strategic Housing Development scheme, and so goes directly to An Bord Pleanála.  Standing at 155m, it would be more than double the size of Liberty Hall, and 67m taller than another tower on Tara Street, for which Mr Ronan received planning permission in 2019.

The proposed residential tower is one of a three-tower plan, the “Waterfront South Central” project, which is located next to the 3 Arena.  It would comprise a mix of 1,005 one, two and three unit apartments, as well as 27,891sq m of office space. 

Other amenities, which would be open to the public, include: a viewing deck, a visitor centre, restaurants, cafes, crèches, bakeries, a farmer’s market and a community space to host group activities and cultural events.

Dublin is on the way up…

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