Legal challenge to €30 million McKillen apartments scheme

Legal challenge to €30 million McKillen apartments scheme

Solicitor Gerard Cosgrove won leave to seek a judicial review of An Bord Pleanála’s granting of planning for 50 apartments at the Union Café site in Mount Merrion in south Co Dublin

The High Court has granted permission for a legal challenge to a multimillion euro apartment development by businessman Paddy McKillen jr’s company Oakmount.

Solicitor Gerard Cosgrove won leave to seek a judicial review of An Bord Pleanála’s granting of planning for 50 apartments at the Union Café site in Mount Merrion in south Co Dublin.

Cosgrove, who has a substantial Art Deco home near the site, was chief executive of Adare Manor during...

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