Hogan to convene new Priory Hall process

UPDATE: The Government has moved to convene a process with stakeholders to identify fair and equitable solutions for Priory Hall homeowners and for the future of the complex, environment minister Phil Hogan said.

16th September, 2013
Priory Hall.

The Government has moved to convene a process with stakeholders to identify fair and equitable solutions for Priory Hall homeowners and for the future of the complex, Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan said this afternoon.

He said in a statement that he has asked senior officials to initiate dialogue including representatives of Dublin City Council, the Irish Banking Federation, NAMA, the former residents and other stakeholders and to report back to the Government within...

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