Controversial plans to give the Seanad a temporary home in the National Museum building may have hit a stumbling block. Dublin City Council says planning permission will be required to put a new access lift on the outside of the listed building. Senators are moving out to allow repair works on Leinster House. But museum staff are said to be upset by the plan, with a former director claiming some had been “weeping”.
- October 16, 2020 News