A popular terrace in Dublin city center closes in favor of a hotel


Popular terrace (or Beer garden) Connects Dublin City Center Pubs on O’Connell Street Of fiber magi, Living room And Of Murray Should become an extension of the Holiday Inn Express.

Closure in favor of 95 additional rooms

Dublin City Council, despite significant opposition to the plan, approved the planning permit and granted an extension to close the hotel, which has been described as a “unique cultural center”.

The extension will provide 95 extra rooms during the holiday season.

The move has drawn criticism from a number of politicians, including Nisa Hurrigan, the Green Party’s MP in Ireland. She decided to appeal the decision.

Addressing the site theJournal.ieShe said the decision to allow the hotel to expand further was “too short-sighted”.

“I think it’s worth fighting to preserve our nightlife economy and culture,” she said. This is a very important part of the city.

“There is no point in building an incredible number of hotel rooms in the city, at the same time there are no cultural venues for visitors. What Dublin has to do is insult Dublin.”

Online petition against the project

So far, more than 8,000 people have signed a petition calling for the terrace to be closed.

The Terrace offers outdoor seating for all three pubs, and is one of the few pubs to do so. Beer garden Works in downtown. Fiber Maggie, one of the pubs, is a well-known music venue Live Over the weekend, he shared the petition on his Facebook page and received support from followers.

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Addressing the site dublinlive.ie Earlier this week, Labor Councilor Darag Moriarty said the closure of the Beer Garden was “incredibly disappointing.”

“Many venues have been closed for the past five years due to new hotels, and this is the only hotel after hotel.”

Here is the link to the petition: https://www.change.org/p/save-the-o-connell-street-beer-garden

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