Thursday June 4, 2020

Secret report raises new fire safety concerns at Belmayne estate

Belmayne became famous after a glitzy launch in 2006 which used racy images to promote the project

10th June, 2018
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Ads for the Belmayne housing development caused a stir when they first appeared in 2006

A confidential report, obtained by The Sunday Business Post, into safety issues at a north Dublin boomtime development raises fresh fire safety concerns about the housing project.

The development, Belmayne, became famous after a glitzy launch in 2006 which used racy images to promote the project, promising buyers “gorgeous living”.

In early 2012, fire safety problems were found at Belmayne during repair works to a burst water main in an unoccupied unit. The issues,...

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