Thursday May 28, 2020

Answers sought after council gives prime Dublin site away ‘for a song’

3rd February, 2019
Independent councillor Mannix Flynn

A full report is being sought into the circumstances around the sale of public land at a prime Dublin city site for a nominal amount to a community arts group, after it emerged that it is now being developed as a commercial venture.

Councillors expressed disquiet over the site at 7 Bow Lane West in Kilmainham, where a deal was made to sell to the Chocolate Factory Arts Centre Ltd for €130,000 on condition that...

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