Plans for luxury apartments by the ESB at a museum in Dublin have been met with opposition from a heritage group.
The Irish Georgian Society wants the building on Fitzwilliam Street to be preserved to showcase 18th Century architecture and arts.
However, it was temporarily closed in 2017, and the ESB says it does not intend to reopen it as a museum, according to the Irish Times.
There are now plans to build three luxury apartments there, which are expected to be sold separately.
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