Brewery Quarter Student Accommodation granted Planning Permission

26.02.2017

Author: David Flannery

David leads our Cork studio. He is also engaged with urban design and master-planning projects across the wider practice. David’s is particularly skilled at designing buildings which respond to and respect their context within an historic urban fabric. His abiding passion for urbanism and master-planning has secured commissions to design modern, vibrant, mixed-use interventions to sensitive sites within historic city cores.

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Brewery Quarter Student Accommodation granted Planning Permission

The site is located between South Main Street and a turn in the south channel of the River Lee where a new pedestrian bridge and street, Lamley’s Lane, will form a new east west route linking the University to the city centre.

This 413 Bedroom Student Accommodation development is part of a wider mixed use urban regeneration project, including a new events centre, on the former Beamish and Crawford Brewery site in the historic medieval core of Cork city.

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