A planner has defended the lack of housing in Limerick’s Project Opera scheme, saying that including an aparthotel will give the Council more “bang for its buck”, since using it for short-term lets would free up the city’s housing market for “families and longer term stays”.

Only 16 permanent apartments plus the a 90-room aparthotel were in the latest round of plans, which originally included 161 apartments, offices, restaurants and a new city library.

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