The owners of the Marina Market have once again applied for planning permission to retain the popular city centre attraction.
The food market began trading in the old Southern Fruits warehouse at Kennedy Quay - without planning permission - during the pandemic.
The market has since gone from strength to strength - with food vendors there now employing over 300 people.
The City Council initially refused a planning application by CPR Properties Cork due to concerns about public safety and its closeness to the Gouldings Chemicals COMAH Zone.
An Bord Pleanála decided an appeal earlier this year was 'invalid'
Today's Irish Examiner is reporting that a fresh application has been launched by the marker's owners, which aim to resolve fix these issues.