Convention centre does not yet have proper sewerage facilities
"DOUBTS HAVE been cast over the planned opening of the €380 million national convention centre in Dublin’s docklands after it emerged that the development does not have required sewerage facilities.
The convention centre consortium, led by Treasury Holdings, was required to build a sewage pumping facility under planning conditions for the development. However, just two months ahead of the centre’s planned opening, construction of the pumping station has yet to begin.
The Spencer Dock development, now known as The Convention Centre Dublin, can hold up to 8,000 people but is currently connected only to the local drainage network which Dublin City Council has said is already operating to full capacity."
Seems to be some issues between TH and DDA too… how odd. Sorry, but isnt there some due diligence missing here re: inspections etc? I mean if they managed to get electricity into the place…