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Last month Dublin City Council refused plans by Ternary Ltd to demolish 47, 48 & 49 Kildare Street and No 1 Nassau Street. 

A Larry Goodman family backed company has appealed to An Bord Pleanála the refusal to allow the company demolish a group of historic buildings in Dubl(...)

Last November, Goodman firm Ternary Ltd lodged plans to demolish 47, 48 and 49 Kildare Street and number 1 Nassau Street to make way for a new office development.  Photograph Nick Bradshaw / The Irish Times

Dublin City Council has refused planning permission to contentious plans by a Larry Goodman family backed company to demolish a group of historic buil(...)

The Dublin 2 proposed development would mostly accommodate offices. The plan has provoked strong opposition from An Taisce, the Kilkenny Group and others.

The Department of Culture has strongly objected to plans by a Larry Goodman family-backed company to demolish a group of historic buildings in Dublin (...)

A property company backed by Larry Goodman is looking to develop an office block at Kildare Street and Nassau Street in Dublin. Photograph: Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland

Kilkenny Group, the Nassau Street-based retailer, has claimed that plans to demolish a group of historic buildings in Dublin city centre to make way f(...)

An application with Dublin City Council proposes to demolish the Kildare Street Hotel and replace it with a five-storey block over a two-storey basement

Plans to demolish a terrace of Georgian houses on Kildare Street would “denude the character” of the street and “erode the historic building stock” of(...)

The Setanta Centre building on Nassau Street in Dublin. Photograph: Dave Meehan

An Bord Pleanála has granted planning permission for a new €100 million office development on Nassau Street in Dublin in spite of the Kilkenny Group w(...)