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Quinlan and McNamara face legal action over docklands scheme

Claim relates to estimated €800,000 allegedly unpaid by Quinlan

25th September, 2016
Financier Derek Quinlan Picture: Maura Hickey

Financier Derek Quinlan and developer Bernard McNamara are facing a new High Court action by Dublin docklands residents over a construction project hatched at the tail end of the boom.

In 2009, residents around Creighton Street and Windmill Lane dropped their objections to a six-storey office development at Sir John Rogerson’s Quay when offered a seven-figure sum by Quinlan.

The Creighton Street Residents Association had initially characterised the proposed build as “excessively high, monolithic...

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