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2009 – Proposal for AIB Bankcentre, Ballsbridge, Dublin

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Architect: Ian Ritchie Architects

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Developer- driven proposal to demolish part of the Robinson Keefe Devane designed bankcentre and replace it with a range of blocks up to nine storeys in height. The scheme of five office blocks and one residential building involved a significant intensification of the current land use, with the floor area increasing from the current 15,700sq m to 52,000sq m. Permission was refused.

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