27 June, 2005
Something has to happen to the Dún Laoghaire Baths. The site should be developed, but at a modest scale. The coastline is a precious resource and the opportunity to provide a building that respects the scale and grain of town should not be squandered. The current proposal should be put to one side. The Council should draw up various options for the site ranging from doing nothing and leaving a ‘noble ruin’ on the site to the extreme of the current proposals. They should also provide indicative costs. The public should then be asked for their views.