Thursday July 9, 2020

Nama the "biggest sell-off of Irish land since the plantations": David Daly

“They sold too early, and left all that money behind," Daly said in a radio interview this morning

27th May, 2017

David Daly, the Albany Homes developer, has likened property sales by the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) to the sell-off of Irish land by the British during the plantations.

“I think Ireland was sold down the Swanee in the biggest sell-off of Irish land since the plantations,” Daly said in an interview on RTE Radio’s Marian Finucane Show yesterday. “They sold too early, and left all that money behind. The people benefiting from that early...

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