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PSCQ Sketch Design Images. Image © Dublin City Council.

Design to planning

In 2018 the Parnell Square Cultural Quarter project will move into the design to planning phase with the aim of submitting a planning application this year. View draft sketch designs for the City Library at Parnell Square Cultural Quarter from our Design Team of Grafton…

READ ARTICLE > January 10th 2018
City Library draft sketch design image. Image © Dublin City Council

Project Update Aug. 2017

Parnell Square Cultural Quarter project is continuing to develop and, following completion of the scheme design, the architects have been instructed to prepare a planning application for submission in the first half of 2018. This also follows the completion of investigative works and minor repair…

READ ARTICLE > August 14th 2017
Coláiste Mhuire, Parnell Square . Image © Dublin City Council

Site Investigations

Dublin City Council have commissioned investigative works to assess the condition of on the Georgian buildings of Parnell Square Cultural Quarter. The works commenced on Monday 20th February and will last for approximately 8 weeks during which the team will open up the fabric of…

READ ARTICLE > February 21st 2017
Zeminar survey. Image © Dublin City Library and Archive

Project Update Nov. 2016

Parnell Square Cultural Quarter project sponsor, Declan Wallace, Acting Assistant Chief Executive, Dublin City Council, presented a project update report to the Council’s Arts, Culture, Recreation and Community Strategic Policy Committee meeting on 14th November 2016. Margaret Hayes, Dublin City Librarian and Owen O’Doherty, Deputy…

READ ARTICLE > February 3rd 2017
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