Developers want council to foot €16m bill

Sean Dunne and Sean Mulryan, two of the country’s largest property developers, will tell the High Court in the coming days that Kildare County Council should meet most, if not all, of a €16 million roads levy.

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Ian Kehoe

2nd October, 2010

Sean Dunne and Sean Mulryan, two of the country’s largest property developers, will tell the High Court in the coming days that Kildare County Council should meet most, if not all, of a €16 million roads levy.

They will make the claim as part of a judicial review application against An Bord Pleanála, which ruled in August that the two developers should meet the cost of new roads that serviced one of their...

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