The new three-tiered stand is approved for RDS

  • The new three-tiered stand is approved for RDS
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    Royal Dublin society (RDS), which secured the go-ahead for the new three-tiered Anglesey to stand in the RDS, which is configured to increase the current €24.7 million, spent on a visit to Leinster fans Rugby matches at the stadium.
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Royal Dublin society (RDS), which secured the go-ahead for the new three-tiered Anglesey to stand in the RDS, which is configured to increase the current €24.7 million, spent on a visit to Leinster fans Rugby matches at the stadium.

It follows Dublin city Council to give the plan the go-ahead, after finding that the planned capacity of 6,481 stand “to imagine a modern building stand with superior hospitality for visitors and patrons”.

TFR informed the city Council that the increase in capacity necessary for the provision of a number of high-profile events that RDS is necessary to make how it works, in order to remain attractive in an increasingly competitive field.

The existing Anglesea stand was built in the early 1930-ies and can accommodate 5,743 supporters of Rugby. Their proposed replacements will be placed 6,481 patrons, which represents an increase of 738.

The plan includes a new three-tier grandstand with a connected two-level of hospitality and building maintenance, nicknamed the ‘pocket of the building.

Planning was previously granted for the reconstruction of the stand, but it will not be completed before this permit expires, a hard task for a new planning application.

Consultants for the TFR was reported to the Board that a multi-purpose RDS arena “is a significant contribution to the economy of Dublin city, with a total assessment of the total economic effect in the amount of 136,5 m to €166m tall Rugby games, concert events and the annual horse show”.

The application has the support of the IRFU, with its Executive Director, Philip brown, telling the Council that the proposed project will contribute to Leinster Rugby operations in the TFR.

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