Millfield Manor builder is discharged from his bankruptcy in Britain

Builder Paddy Byrne, whose company built the houses Millfield Manor in Kildare that burned down in 30 minutes, has been discharged from bankruptcy in Britain.

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
20th May, 2018
Millfield Manor in Kildare

Builder Paddy Byrne, whose company built the houses Millfield Manor in Kildare that burned down in 30 minutes, has been discharged from bankruptcy in Britain.

Byrne, who currently works for ambitious Dublin house builder Victoria Homes, applied for discharge from bankruptcy in March, which was granted by the court.

He remains bound by a bankruptcy restriction understanding, however, meaning he can still no longer act as a director in England or Wales until 2022.

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