Revenue move on Priory Hall company

The company that built the abandoned Priory Hall apartment complex looks set to be wound up after the Revenue Commissioners presented a petition to the High Court.

1st June, 2013

The company that built the abandoned Priory Hall apartment complex looks set to be wound up after the Revenue Commissioners presented a petition to the High Court.

The case involving Coalport, the company founded by bankrupt builder Tom McFeely, is to be heard by the court on June 10.

In October 2011, 240 Priory Hall residents were forced to leave their homes at the complex when the President of the High Court, Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns,...

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