Planning decision expected for Ireland's tallest building

The plan includes a 140-metre tall tower over 34 storeys
Planning decision expected for Ireland's tallest building

The hotel development is proposed for the Custom House Quay in Cork.

A planning decision on a proposal to build a 34-storey skyscraper in Cork city is due in the coming days.

Tower Development Properties Ltd is awaiting a decision on its proposals for the historic Revenue building on Custom House Quay.

These plans were revised after an initial scheme was subject to a further information request.

The plan includes a 140-metre tall tower, including a 241-bedroom hotel and 25 serviced hotel suites over 34 storeys, as well as commercial elements and a museum/visitor centre, which will pay heed to the site's maritime heritage.

The deadline for the decision is October 14.

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