Residents object to Reilly’s plans due to pyrite issues

Residents have lodged an objection with An Bord Pleanála

21st February, 2016
Developer Sean Reilly

Developer Sean Reilly’s plan for a new north Dublin housing estate is facing objections from residents who claim his company has failed to fix long-standing pyrite problems in their nearby homes.

Reilly, one of the so-called Anglo ‘Maple Ten’ developers, received planning permission from Fingal County Council for 41 houses in Lusk through his company Station Construction.

A group of residents from the nearby Lusk Village Estate, built by Reilly’s company McGarrell...

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