Planning granted for houses behind €60m Shrewsbury Road's Walford

Yesreb Holding has won approval from Dublin City Council to build standalone homes to the rear of Walford on Shrewsbury Road, according to a filing by the local authority.

25th March, 2014
Walford on Shrewsbury Road.

Yesreb Holding has won approval from Dublin City Council to build standalone homes to the rear of Walford on Shrewsbury Road, according to a filing by the local authority.

Bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne recently admitted that he gave his wife Gayle Killilea €60 million to buy Walford, Ireland's most expensive home during the boom.

The Property Price Register recorded the sale of the house in March 2012, for €14 million to Yesreb, a Cypriot company.

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