Spencer Place Development Company, the company with whom developer Johnny Ronan is a director, has said it anticipates that Dublin City Council will rule in its favour in a high-building review this week.
The sometime scourge of plans by Trump Doonbeg and other developers has lost out on his own plans to extend the number of Airbnb style studio lettings at his protected Georgian Dublin property.
Developer Johnny Ronan’s development group has stated that it is ‘bewildered’ and ‘disappointed’ by the Bord Pleanála decision to refuse planning permission for its 22 storey tower at George's Quay in Dublin.
Property developer Johnny Ronan’s planned “iconic” 22-storey Aqua Vetro tower will have an adverse and detrimental effect on the character and integrity of key buildings and architecturally-sensitive locations in Dublin, according to one objector to the plans.
Twenty years after it hit national headlines, set political and business shock waves and repercussions that saw Ministerial resignations, tribunals and indirectly the demise of a serving Taoiseach, Cork City’s Horgan’s Quay site is back up for grab, openly this time, by tender.
A holocaust survivor who saw the infamous “work brings freedom” sign in Nazi concentration camps which took the lives of 35 of his relatives has demanded developer Johnny Ronan apologises for using the term as evidence of his alleged mistreatment during the crash.
Ex-justice minister Alan Shatter has insisted the banking inquiry takes action against one of Ireland’s most notable boom-time developers after he used the reviled Nazi concentration camp phrase — “work brings freedom” — to underline claims Nama had infringed on his “human rights”.