Shane Ross joins objectors to building around former PV Doyle home

Ross is one o​f more than 100 opponents to the plan by Doyle’s son David for a site in south Co Dublin

7th May, 2017

In the midst of the housing crisis, Minister for Transport Shane Ross has set his face against ​a planned residential development around a Georgian mansion, formerly the home of the legendary hotelier PV Doyle.

Ross is one o​f more than 100 opponents to the plan by Doyle’s son David for the site of Thornhill House in Cherrygarth, Mount Merrion, south Co Dublin.

Under the proposals for the site, Doyle plans to retain the...

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