A 46 m-high black steel lattice statue by Turner Prize-winning artist Anthony Gormley is to be erected on the River Liffey at City Quay. Planning permission for the proposed sculpture of a human has been made subject to six conditions including the definition of cleaning arrangements for the statue, which could become home to hundreds of birds. If final approval is granted by the An Bord Pleanala after public consultations ending in mid-August, work on the
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