Family courts complex to go ahead without new Supreme Court
The government and the Courts Service have reached agreement on a scaled-back development at Hammond Lane in Smithfield with an estimated cost of €80 million
Approval has finally been given for the long-awaited family law courts complex in Dublin, but it will not include a new Supreme Court, the Business Post understands.
Frustration had been building over the continued delays to the project which stemmed from a dispute between the Courts Service and the Department of Justice over the size and cost of the new development at Hammond Lane in Smithfield.
The Courts Service had proposed a €140...
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