Accountancy firm to probe building industry practices

A leading Irish accountancy firm is to carry out a major investigation into anti-consumer practices in the construction industry.

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Ian Kehoe

8th December, 2007

A leading Irish accountancy firm is to carry out a major investigation into anti-consumer practices in the construction industry.

Grant Thornton will examine a range of consumer issues in the Irish building and property sector, including the price of houses.

The firm will assess whether homeowners are overpaying for work on their homes and analyse what can be done to address the issue.

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