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Poor drainage stalls further north Dublin developments

Property development in certain parts of north Dublin could be held up for years because the drainage system has insufficient capacity.

15th March, 2008

Property development in certain parts of north Dublin could be held up for years because the drainage system has insufficient capacity.

Landowners have been told that the foul drainage system has insufficient capacity to allow any further development along the network from Baskin in Kinsealy to St Margaret’s Road. Peter Coyle, a Labour Party councillor, was told by council management that the problem would lead to a curb on further development in certain areas for...

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