Diners are set to benefit from further weather-proofing on city centre streets in the coming months
The parasols on Princes Street have proved a huge success
The Echo reports large parasols will be installed on Union Quay, Pembroke Street, Caroline Street and Beasley Street.
The parasols on Princes Street have proved a huge success following the reopening of outdoor dining on a week marred by rain.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin visited Princes Street on Tuesday and praised the ingenuity of the traders who banded together to commission the large parasols.
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