Does anyone know what business operated from this shop at 67A Upper George's Street in Dun Laoghaire.

There is a website that shows unoccupied buildings and they have catalogued this building as being 67 George's Street Upper in Dun Laoghaire but this is incorrect as there is a print shop at 67 and it is an active business. Visit http://abandoneddublin.ie

As the building shown in my photograph is next door to Walters I suspected that the building must be 67A.

Further searching showed that the 13 May 2019 Derelict Sites Register lists number 68 as being derelict but that is the address of Walters which was a restaurant or pub.

As the Walters site changed hands for €800,000 about six years ago I was a bit surprised to see it listed as derelict especially as I had heard that it was to be reopened as "House Dun Laoghaire".

Eventually after an examination of planning applications I came across the following: 09-Sep-2019 "67A Georges Street Upper, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin - Permission for development for partial demolition, renovation, alterations & additions to existing ground floor retail unit, & ground & first floor 3-bedroom residential unit to provide 1no. ground floor retail unit of 21.5sq.m. & 1no. 2-bedroom residential unit over 3 storeys with roof light , solar panels and roof garden, accessed from George's Street Upper, and construction of 1no. 2-storey , 2- bedroom mews house with solar panels accessed via entrance courtyard off Impex Lane, and all associated site works."

My understanding is that the planning application was approved in January 2020
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