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Deerland wins legal battle over Wexford harbour development

A company planning a €350 million development at Wexford harbour has won a legal battle that had stalled the planned project.

1st November, 2008

A company planning a €350 million development at Wexford harbour has won a legal battle that had stalled the planned project.

The High Court has ordered the Minister for the Marine to reconsider an application for a foreshore licence that had been denied to Deerland Construction, the firm behind the waterfront plan. Winning the foreshore licence is central to the company’s harbour plan.

In November 2006, Deerland was granted planning permission for a...

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