DDDA saddled with big Ringsend losses

The annual report of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) is expected to show huge losses on the value of a planned project it is under taking with property developer Bernard McNamara and financier Derek Quinlan.

1st August, 2009

The annual report of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) is expected to show huge losses on the value of a planned project it is under taking with property developer Bernard McNamara and financier Derek Quinlan.

The publication of the report of the agency has been expected for some time, and an Oireachtas committee was promised accounts by last June. However, sources last week said that the annual report was not now expected until the...

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