Crosbie’s ‘garden shed’ kiosks in docklands at centre of legal row

Crosbie’s ‘garden shed’ kiosks in docklands at centre of legal row

Dispute has allegedly caused ‘considerable disruption’ to plans to sell €14 million car park

A legal row with businessman Harry Crosbie over a lease for two “garden shed”-sized kiosks, selling refreshments and flowers, has allegedly caused “considerable disruption” to plans to sell a €14 million car park in the docklands, according to High Court filings.

Fastwell Limited, a Crosbie family company, is suing landlord Calibrate Real Estate challenging the termination of the lease deal for the kiosks at Grand Canal Square last November.

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