Publican Keane ‘confident’ of success in legal bid for Iveagh Markets
The 120-year old market has been the subject of legal action since last year over who should get possession to redevelop it
Martin Keane, the well-known Temple Bar publican at the centre of a legal dispute over the future of Dublin’s Iveagh Markets, is “confident” he will prevail and be able to redevelop the site, accounts filed by one of his companies state.
In the latest twist to the saga over the ownership of the 120-year old market, filings by Keane’s Drayton House Holdings company show its directors believe they will be able...
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