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Tyrrelstown: Hard-line mail leaves residents at wits’ end

One couple says it offered to buy house but told it would cost €220,000 - no negotiation

20th March, 2016
The worried faces of tenants who live in the Cruise Park housing estate in Tyrrelstown at a meeting to review their options last weekRollingNews

The letters from Twinlite, a property company run by developer Rick Larkin, that arrived for Cruise Park residents last Wednesday were starkly different in tone to previous missives from the company.

Over prior weeks, termination notices bearing the Twinlite logo began landing on doormats in the Tyrrelstown estate in West Dublin demanding “vacant possession” on behalf of European Property Fund — a company of which most of the residents had never heard.


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