The Bank of Ireland is providing €36m funding for the restoration of Dublin’s College Green complex

The Bank of Ireland will invest €36 million in its College Green complex in central Dublin, the largest single investment in the historic property in more than 200 years. It will be one of the most expensive restorations of Irish property.

The repair and restoration program is expected to last five years.

Best known as the former Irish House of Lords, the building housed the Irish Parliament until the 1800s. The Bank of Ireland bought it under the Act of Union in 1803 and opened a banking hall in 1808 which has been in continuous use ever since.

A culture and heritage center developed in 2018 hosts a National Library of Ireland exhibition celebrating the life and work of poet Seamus Heaney.

The renovation includes the creation of a new work center for 50 employees and a new space for hosting events.

https://www.independent.ie/business/irish/bank-of-ireland-to-fund-36m-restoration-at-dublins-college-green-complex-42138116.html The Bank of Ireland is providing €36m funding for the restoration of Dublin’s College Green complex

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