Dublin Port’s shallow grave?

The docks area is too shallow to expand, but too lucrative to leave as it is, when a multi-billion-euro property bonanza could be there for the taking.

23rd June, 2007

The docks area is too shallow to expand, but too lucrative to leave as it is, when a multi-billion-euro property bonanza could be there for the taking.

When former Progressive Democrat leader Michael McDowell suggested moving Dublin Port to a new location, possibly north of the city, he may not have realised the level of speculation that would build around the future of the country’s biggest port facility.

Dublin Port finds itself very...

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