Friday November 27, 2020

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

8th March, 2020
Johnny Ronan’s office development at Four Park Place near Hatch Street, Dublin 2 is causing a rift between Ronan and Kevin Kenny of Clancourt

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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