Tech entrepreneur John Nagle, who founded payments company Payzone, is planning a new venture in the west of Ireland - upmarket commercial public toilets.
The planned restrooms would be in Clifden in Co Galway, a town which is popular with many of Ireland's wealthiest business people, some of whom have holiday homes in the vicinity.
According to documents lodged with Galway County Council the toilets will be in a property adjoining AIB Bank.
A brochure included in the application details the Little Room; A Premium Washroom Experience. Described as being a concierge-style service, it would have a central lobby and six 'U-Luu pods'. Each pod measures 2m sq, are contactless and fully automated.
Galway Property Management has made an number of observations to the council including a claim that there is no detail on how the development will be ventilated.
AIB requested that the council keep it informed of any decisions in relation to the plan.
Nagle emerged from bankruptcy in 2014 and recently returned to Ireland after spending a number of years in Myanmar where he founded a payments company, Red Dot, with backing from businessman Denis O'Brien. Nagle and his wife are now running Connemara Carpets.