Monday June 1, 2020

High Court grants leave to appoint examiner at Dublin’s Regency Hotel

Venue was the scene of a fatal gangland shooting last year

5th March, 2017
The Regency hotel has been appointed an examiner by the High court

The High Court has approved the appointment of an examiner to Dublin’s Regency Hotel, which was the scene of a fatal gangland shooting last year.

Neil Hughes of Baker Tilly Hughes Blake will take charge of the insolvent business, attempt to restructure its multi-million euro debts and bring in new investment.

The three-star hotel on the Swords Road in Drumcondra employs 109 people and is operated by Regan Development, part of the McGettigan Group.

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