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Fair city

Amid all the fuss over Roy Keane, a group of planning, design and engineering staff from Dublin City Council met in County Monaghan to discuss the future of the fair city. Providing a critique of presentations was Stuart Gulliver, ex-head of the Glasgow Development Agency, and the AJ's Paul Finch, whose claim to expertise appeared to rest on the fact that his father's grandmother was from Connemara. A splendid time was had by all. UK practices working in the Republic include ABK and ...

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