Goodman’s company claims Setanta centre delay costing €1m per month

Trial centred on Kilkenny Shop’s objection to redevelopment of Nassau Street centre has now been postponed until April 2022

The Kilkenny shop and restaurant in the Setanta Centre on Nassau Street: It says the planned construction work would effectively render the store ‘camouflaged by scaffolding’. Picture: Fergal Phillips

Beef baron Larry Goodman’s family company is losing more than €1 million a month as a result of delays in redeveloping the Setanta Centre on Nassau Street in Dublin 2, a court has heard.

The claim was made in the Commercial Court last week as part of a long-running dispute between Clydaville Investments Limited, the company behind the Kilkenny shop on Nassau Street, and the Setanta Centre, its landlord and a company controlled by the ...