The plan is to sell the council-owned property to be developed by a hotel company, but councillors have the power to put a stop to this, and several say they’d like to.
At Monday’s monthly meeting, councillors heard again about the future of the fire brigade, questioned a plank of the social-housing plan that includes PPPs, and more.
A woman searches for the truth about her mother’s time in Stanhope Street.
This simple, low-budget film lasts just 38 minutes but it covers a lot of ground. It’s being screened in Temple Bar on Tuesday 25 October.
Last month the property went up for sale as “an exciting and rare opportunity to develop in the heart of Donnybrook”. But some want it preserved as a testament to this horrendous part of Ireland’s social history.