Donagh heads up redevelopment of Scotland Yard

2012-06-08 Donagh O'Sullivan, CullenThe former headquarters of the Metropolitan Police is to be turned into a luxury hotel, with rooms costing up to £10,000 a night, by a London-based property firm headed by a Corkman.

Scotland Yard, the grade II-listed property is one of a number of iconic buildings – Admiralty Arch, off Trafalgar Square is another – that are being sold, or leased by the British government as it seeks to cut spending.

“We want to create a world-class hotel there,” said Millstreet-born Donagh O’Sullivan, managing director of the Galliard Group … Read the full article on the Irish Times

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