Priory Hall residents "extremely disappointed" by McFeely verdict

Former residents of Priory Hall have said they are extremely disappointed by a Supreme Court verdict overturning a three month prison sentence and €1 million fine for Thomas McFeely.

31st July, 2012
Tom McFeely.

Former residents of Priory Hall have said they are extremely disappointed by a Supreme Court verdict overturning a three month prison sentence and €1 million fine for developer Tom McFeely.

Last November McFeely was granted a stay on an order committing him to Mountjoy Prison for failing to fireproof the dangerous Priory Hall development in Donaghmede. In October 2011, 240 Priory Hall residents were forced to leave their homes at the complex when the president...

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