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Legal row over redevelopment of Iveagh Markets continues

Developer Martin Keane claims Dublin City Council could carry large costs if the proposed project fails after 15-year impasse

5th January, 2020
The Iveagh Markets are at the centre of a row between developer Martin Keane and Dublin City Council. Picture: Marc O'Sullivan

Legal issues are ongoing over Iveagh Markets, the Victorian building at the heart of a row between developer Martin Keane and Dublin City Council, a note in the latest accounts for Keane’s holding company discloses.

Keane, who recently submitted a fresh planning permission for a €100 million-plus development for Iveagh Markets has a long-standing agreement with the council to develop the site, but the two sides are in dispute.

The note to the...

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