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Reads seeks injunction against Goodman’s Setanta Centre

The Nassau Street print company is claiming that its main entrance has been boarded up and it could lose business

14th May, 2020
Reads of Nassau Street is based in the Setanta Centre

Reads of Nassau Street is seeking an injunction against Larry Goodman’s family company Setanta Centre Unlimited in the High Court.

Reads, the print and design company, is a tenant in Dublin’s Setanta Centre which is due to be demolished and replaced by a €100 million office development.

Access to Reads from the main Nassau Street entrance is not currently possible as the building has been boarded up, the High Court heard.

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