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’
An artist’s impression of Tara House, a 88m 22-storey project proposed by developer Johnny Ronan.
Developer Johnny Ronan’s plan for a 22-storey tower has been refused permission by An Bord Pleanála. Photograph: Tony Gavin
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.