Teeling in fresh bid for Louth whiskey warehouse plan

Residents who live around the site have filed dozens of objections to Louth County Council, citing the risk of whiskey explosions, enormous fires, and black whiskey mould

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
22nd July, 2018

John Teeling has made another bid to get his controversial whiskey storage warehouses built in the village of Kilcurry in Co Louth.

Teeling – through his Great Northern Distillery – is looking to build 13 large warehouses on a site just outside Kilcurry, but the plan has been the subject of a lengthy planning battle.

Residents who live around the site have filed dozens of objections to Louth County Council, citing the risk of whiskey explosions,...

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