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Plans to develop north Dublin port are shelved

Plans for the development of a €350 million deepwater port at Bremore in north Co Dublin have effectively been shot down under the government's new port policy blueprint.

30th March, 2013

Plans for the development of a €350 million deepwater port at Bremore in north Co Dublin have effectively been shot down under the government's new port policy blueprint.

The planned facility, which was to be a joint venture between Drogheda Port Company and Treasury Holdings - which has been liquidated and whose assets are now under the control of Nama - would have had a freight capacity of ten million tons a year.

The project...

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