O’Brien welcomes new plan to sell Mullen Park homes to individual buyers
A plan to sell 115 houses to a global investment fund has been called off
Darragh O’Brien has welcomed a decision to sell the homes in the Mullen Park estate in Maynooth to individual buyers.
The planned sale of 115 three and four-bedroom houses in the estate to Round Hill Capital, a global investment firm, caused a political furore when it was reported by the Business Post last May.
It led to the government bringing in new legislation...
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