Greyhound board lobbies for rezoning
Move is part of bid to pay down €20 million debt burden
The debt-laden Irish Greyhound Board has been lobbying TDs and councillors to obtain a rezoning of Harold’s Cross Stadium, which is located in a coveted area of South Dublin.
Newly-filed documents show it is seeking support for the rezoning of the stadium for development as it seeks ways to drum up revenue and pay down its €20 million-plus debt burden.
An earlier attempt to rezone the site was blocked by local councillors.
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