Belgian tax evader is given green light to build Irish homes
Belgian millionaire’s firm received planning approval for 384 houses and apartments in Limerick in spite of his conviction for large scale tax evasion
A Dominican Republic-based millionaire, who was sentenced to prison for tax evasion, has been given the go-ahead to build hundreds of homes and student flats in Ireland.
Earlier this year, DW Raheen Developments Limited applied to An Bord Pleanála for permission to build 202 houses and 182 apartments in Ballykeefe in Raheen, Co Limerick.
The firm that made the application is owned by Didier De Witte, a Belgian businessman. Companies Registration Office filings show De ...