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Arnotts gets green light for revised plans

Revised plans for Dublin's Northern Quarter regeneration project, headed by department store Arnotts, have been approved by planners.

Arnotts said that the scheme was on track to proceed after Irish planning board An Bord Pleanala gave the green light to the €750m (£591.6m) scheme after ordering architects to scale down the height of some of the buildings, and reduce the number of parking spaces.

The scheme involves revamping part of the Dublin city centre around Henry Street and O'Connell Street to create a new Arnotts department store and 47 shops, as well as restaurants, flats and a hotel.

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