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Developer fights order for flood works at Meath housing estate

5th August, 2018

Developer McGarrell Reilly is seeking to prevent Meath County Council from obliging it to carry out further flood prevention works on lands near its Millerstown housing development in Kilcock.

The 150 home development beside the Rye river on the Meath/Kildare border is bound by a flood plain and planning conditions required detailed flood prevention works to be completed before construction started.

McGarrell Reilly, which is owned by Maple 10 developer Sean Reilly and his family,...

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