Hogans Owners Seeks Permission To Develop New Dublin Bar And Restaurant
Telfer Limited, a firm that is solely owned by publican Declan O'Regan, has applied for planning permission to redevelop a vacant unit that was previously occupied by David Marshall's hairdressing sch...
Telfer Limited, a firm that is solely owned by publican Declan O'Regan, has applied for planning permission to redevelop a vacant unit that was previously occupied by David Marshall's hairdressing school in Dublin city centre into a new bar and restaurant.
The unit is located in a building across from Hogans, which is a pub that O'Regan owns. Other hospitality businesses in Dublin operated by O'Regan include Kelly's Hotel, L'Gueuleton and No Name Bar.
According to Business Post, the plans for the unit formerly occupied by the hairdressing school involve the creation of a new bar that would face onto Fade Street and a basement-level restaurant.
The new venues would be ancillary to the hotel that is currently located on the building's upper floors and that is also operated by O'Regan.
The plans also involve the creation of a ground floor reception and lobby for the hotel that would open onto South Great George's Street.
Additionally, some alterations would be made to the building's first floor to create space for more hotel rooms.
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