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Planning chiefs will not defend challenge to Dún Laoghaire €18 million terminal berth

Legal action has been brought by Save our Seafronts over environmental concerns

8th April, 2017
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An Bord Pleanála will not defend a Commercial Court challenge by an environmental group objecting to plans for an €18 million terminal berth for cruise ships in Dún Laoghaire.

Legal action has been brought by Save our Seafronts (SOS) over concerns the development will have an impact on marine life and recreational users of the harbour, including small boat users and the one million walkers who visit the two piers every...

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