Residents launch pyrite claim on Ballymore
The cases are being brought by owners in an upmarket North County Dublin estate built during the boom
Some 30 homeowners have begun High Court proceedings against a company owned by Ballymore, Nama builder Sean Mulryan’s development company, over pyrite damage.
The cases are being brought by owners at Drumnigh Wood, an upmarket estate in Portmarnock, North County Dublin, that was built during the property boom.
Several owners who spoke with The Sunday Business Post claimed that repairs required due to pyrite damage to their homes had not been carried out to...
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