A Dublin four-star hotel owned by Bon and Edge U2 is one of dozens of companies from Dublin who have objected to the planned center for the injection of chronic heroin and cocaine.
Last month, Merchants Kuai Ireland (MKI) submitted its plans with the Dublin Citi Council for the country's first healthcare monitoring center, which will serve around 60 addicts per day. The application involves restoring the MKB's Riverbank building to the 13/14 Merchant's Kuai in Dublin 8, including the provision of seven planned injection rooms in the basement of the building.
A total of 99 objections were filed against the plan, with many businessmen joining Bonn and The Edge's Clarence Hotel, who expressed their opposition to the controversial plan.
They include one of the most famous – and one of the most profitable – pubs in the country, the Temple Bar Temple at Temple Bar, Porterhouse Pub, Temple Temple, Dublin Business Alliance, Licensed Association of Vinners (LVA) and Morgan, Trinity Citi and Vestin Hotels are part of the MHL Hotel Collection owned by US billionaire John Malone.
The decision came at the next month's proposal.