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No minutes taken in Ires meeting with Murphy

An agenda which was supplied for the meeting by Ires shows that the company planned to discuss apartment heights

15th October, 2017
Eoghan Murphy

The state’s largest private landlord sought to discuss apartment heights with housing minister Eoghan Murphy in a meeting for which no minutes were recorded, The Sunday Business Post has established.

The Department of Housing confirmed that no minutes were taken during the meeting, which took place last July, several weeks after Murphy was appointed.

An agenda which was supplied for the meeting by Ires shows that the company planned to discuss apartment heights,...

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