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Goodman firm claims overhaul of Georgian buildings is urgent

Ternary warns buildings could become redundant without major revamp

Killian Woods

Business reporter

1st December, 2019
Larry Goodman: Ternary Limited in controlled by the beef baron‘s family

Larry Goodman’s property group has described a much-criticised plan to overhaul and demolish a number of Georgian buildings in Dublin as “urgent” and has warned that some of the properties could become “redundant”.

Last month, Ternary Limited filed a series of planning applications to redevelop structures in the Nassau Street and Kildare Street area. The firm is controlled by the family of billionaire beef baron Goodman of the ABP...

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