Diageo and Ballymore are hosting a week-long drop in session to allow the public engage with plans for the former brewery
Diageo and its development partner Ballymore are hosting a week-long public engagement on the the emerging proposals for Guinness Quarter . The drop-in information sessions are an opportunity to engage neighbours and members of the wider community with the developmemt plans for a new residential and commercial neighbourhood on the site of St James’s Gate Brewery.
The drop-in public engagement in the iD8 Studio in The Digital Hub will be open from Friday, October 29th until Friday November 5th from 10.00am – 6.00pm each day, except on Sunday when it will be open from midday – 4:00pm. The iD8 Studio is located in Digital Depot off Thomas Street (beside the Windmill).
With project plans and drawings still in development, a comments box with feedback forms will be provided at the public engagement to enable visitors to share their views and ideas on what they would like considered in the final design of the project.