Toll operators face €7m bill for unpaid rates

The companies which operate the West-Link toll bridge and the Dundalk Western Bypass face a bill of more than €7 million for unpaid rates following a High Court ruling.

12th July, 2008

The companies which operate the West-Link toll bridge and the Dundalk Western Bypass face a bill of more than €7 million for unpaid rates following a High Court ruling.

The Commissioner of Valuation was appealing against a decision by the Valuation Tribunal to cut rateable valuations for West-Link Toll Bridge and Celtic Road Group (Dundalk).

The West-Link bridge was listed for revaluation in 2004 following the building of a second bridge across the River Liffey...

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