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DEVELOPER Glenkerrin has tinkered with the skyscraping development planned for the current City Pride pub site.

The Irish firm has reduced the size of the hotel attached to the 63-storey scheme, and has also altered the design of its Island Point residential project further down Westferry Road.

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GLENKERRIN could shift its required social housing from the City Pride tower to a scheme down the road.

Government regulations require any developer to provide 40 per cent social housing on a scheme. But the Irish developer is looking to transfer the majority of its affordable units to Island Point, a residential project further down Westferry Road.

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ARCHITECT Foster and Partners has revealed its vision for the City Pride pub site.

The 1950s former dockers haunt will make way for a 63-storey tower which designers expect to rise as high as 209 metres.

It will feature a 13-floor five-star hotel, as well as 40 residential floors and two floors of social housing.

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THE UK’S most expensive pub could soon become the country’s tallest residential tower.

Irish developer Glenkerrin has unveiled ambitious plans for a 63-storey building on the site of the City Pride pub in Westferry Road, which it acquired for a reported £32million this spring.

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IT could soon be last orders for the City Pride pub.

The Westferry Road haunt looks set to make way for a flagship tower, with a hotel, apartments and retail space.

Developer Glenkerrin has plans for a large building on the site after snapping up the prime development land for a reported £32million. But it remains tight-lipped on when it hopes to call time on the watering hole.

It has been suggested that Glenkerrin is considering a building rising as high as 55-storeys, with a five-storey hotel and 400 apartments.

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