Trinity seeks permission to convert former bank into pub

Ireland“Trinity College Dublin has sought planning permission to convert the ground floor and basement of the former AIB bank in Foster Place, off College Green, into one of the city’s largest pubs – with 1,341sq m (14,434sq ft) of licensed space. The planning application, lodged on behalf of ‘The Provost, Fellows and Scholars of the University of Dublin, Trinity College’, envisages turning the double-height Victorian banking hall into a ‘restaurant and public house’ extending back to Anglesea Street …” (more)

[Frank McDonald, Irish Times, 27 July]


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