Legal row that delayed the use of social housing units for 18 months is settled

Apartments bought by large investment fund RediResi had been left empty due to a dispute with South Dublin County Council

16th January, 2022
Legal row that delayed the use of social housing units for 18 months is settled
Round Garden development in Saggart, Co Dublin: complex of 32 apartments being leased to South Dublin County Council. Picture: Fergal Phillips

A legal row that resulted in social housing units being left vacant for nearly 18 months has been resolved, the Business Post has learned.

The resolution between RediResi, a large investment fund, and South Dublin County Council, which was over access, means that the apartments can now be assigned to social housing tenants.

Round Garden, a complex of 32 apartments based beside the CityWest Hotel, was acquired by RediResi in December 2019 for €7.15...

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