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Dublin Retailers Will Need License For Sandwich Boards

Kim Buckley
Kim Buckley

07:50 12 Apr 2019


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Retailers in Dublin will soon need a licence to place sandwich boards on footpaths.

The move is part of plans by the city council to control the amount of advertising signs on display and to reduce street clutter.

The Times Ireland Edition reports that a senior council official says the authority proposes charging users an annual fee of 630 euro for a licence, which would act as a deterrent.

The boards are already banned on Grafton Street and O'Connell Street.


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