Johnny Ronan’s plan to build Dublin’s tallest building turned down

An Bord Pleanála does not agree with senior inspector who called 88m design ‘beautiful’

Developer Johnny Ronan’s plan to erect Dublin’s tallest ever building has been turned down by An Bord Pleanála.

The appeals board has refused planning permission for the 22-storey tower on George’s Quay at Tara Street in spite of its own senior inspector, Gillian Kane, saying the “beautiful” building should be given the go ahead.

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