The Royal Dublin Society (RDS) will seek permission for a new €50 million Anglesea Stand at its arena in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 and hopes to begin construction in August next year. A statutory planning notice shows the application would involve the demolition of the existing Anglesea Stand and Anglesea Terrace, with the new stand to accommodate 6,775 patrons and consist of three levels along with a two-storey hospitality building. Confirming that the project would cost €50 million, an RDS spokesman said it had been “fully costed” and would be covered by RDS funds, philanthropy and support from the Government. Read the full story here.
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