Sunday May 31, 2020

Nama’s docklands dilemma: stick or twist

Plans to redevelop Boland’s Mill, the jewel in Nama’s Silicon Docks crown, have been rejected by Dublin City Council

1st March, 2015
Boland’s Mill in Dublin’s Docklands: still a disused shell Picture: Feargal Ward

In theory, it should be the most valuable site in the city, and the jewel in Nama’s development crown. But in practice, Boland’s Mill remains nothing more than a hollow shell.

Since it ceased production more than a decade ago, the years have not been kind to the cavernous former flour mill. But with Google next door, Nama believes that the site is worth a €150 million rejuvenation as part of...

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