Iveagh Markets building falls into ruin as legal spat over ownership runs on
A year after hostilities broke out over the historic Iveagh Markets in Dublin, legal issues continue to prevent a plan for the future there, Dublin City Council has said.
This is after publican developer Martin Keane said last year that he would sue both Dublin City Council and its assistant chief executive Richard Shakespeare personally when it moved to repossess the premises, correspondence seen by this paper shows.
Keane paid €1.77 million in total in...
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