Dublin City Council has granted planning permission to Clery’s new owners, Natrium, to proceed with proposals for a new mixed-use development on the site of the former O’Connell Street department store.
The development will comprise of offices, retail units, leisure facilities and a boutique hotel.
Natrium said in a statement it intends to work with Dublin City Council and others to ensure the Clerys redevelopment delivers “significant economic benefits for north inner city Dublin”, maximising local employment and apprenticeship opportunities in the process.
“The development will lead the way in the regeneration of O’Connell Street and deliver 1,073 jobs during the construction phase and 2,500 people once operational.
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|No of jobs:||1,073 construction and 2,500 permanent|
|Jobs take effect:||not yet known|