Ronan’s ‘party wall’ causes ructions with property firm Clancourt
The well-known developer is refusing to allow his opposite numbers to demolish the wall and rebuild it
A legal row has broken out over a party wall separating a Dublin 2 property owned by developer Johnny Ronan and a nine-storey office block in development by Clancourt, the property company owned by the well-known Kenny family.
The situation has created an “urgent and very serious” commercial situation for Clancourt, as the construction of the high-profile office is being held up for months, the District Court heard.
The party wall in dispute runs...
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