Larry Mullen takes case against architect
Dispute linked to Howth home renovation
U2 drummer Larry Mullen has initiated High Court proceedings against the builders and architects who overhauled his luxury Howth home.
In 2010, Mullen and his longterm partner Ann Acheson were granted planning permission to demolish two existing houses at Claremont Road and replace the properties with a 1,128 square metre, eco-friendly, “beach style house” with a gym and games room.
The couple, who have lived in Howth for years with their children, bought their next...
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