Iveagh Market project at risk of cancellation

Council wrote to publican on lack of progress

13th August, 2017
Martin Keane: coming under pressure from Dublin City Council over the Iveagh Market regeneration Picture: Marc O'Sullivan

Dublin City Council threatened to cancel an agreement governing the development of the €100 million Iveagh Market regeneration project over a lack of progress at the site.

According to documents obtained by The Sunday Business Post, council assistant chief executive Richard Shakespeare wrote to publican Martin Keane, who has the right to develop the site, about lack of progress at the project in May of this year.

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