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TEMPLE BAR AREA RENEWAL AND DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1991
Temple Bar Area
In this Schedule—
“thoroughfare” includes any bridge, green, hill, river and street;
a reference to a line drawn along any thoroughfare is a reference to a line drawn along the centre of that thoroughfare;
a reference to a projection of any thoroughfare is a reference to a projection of a line drawn along the centre of that thoroughfare;
a reference to the point where any thoroughfare or projection of any thoroughfare intersects or joins any other thoroughfare is a reference to the point where a line drawn along the centre of one thoroughfare, or in the case of a projection of a thoroughfare, along the projection, would be intersected or joined by a line drawn along the centre of the other thoroughfare.
Description of Temple Bar Area
That part of the county borough of Dublin bounded by a line commencing at the point (hereinafter in this description referred to as “the first-mentioned point”) where the River Liffey is intersected by O'Connell Bridge, then continuing, initially in a southerly direction along O'Connell Bridge, Westmoreland Street, College Green, Dame Street, Cork Hill and Lord Edward Street to the point where it joins Fishamble Street, then continuing in a northerly direction along Fishamble Street and the northerly projection thereof to the point where it intersects the River Liffey, then continuing in an easterly direction along the River Liffey to the first-mentioned point.