Liam Carroll's lenders to put €200m land bank on market

A massive land bank in south east Dublin will be put on the market in the coming days, in what property experts believe will be Ireland's single biggest land sale in decades.

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Ian Kehoe

13th July, 2014

A massive land bank in south east Dublin will be put on the market in the coming days, in what property experts believe will be Ireland's single biggest land sale in decades.

Savills, the auctioneering firm, has been retained by a syndicate of banks and lenders to sell the 400-acre site in Cherrywood in Dublin. The land, once owned by the property titan Liam Carroll, is expected to elicit massive interest among buyers and may...

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