Dublin Port pushes for return of land set aside for no-deal Brexit
Minister for Transport under pressure to hand back use of over 36 acres allocated for mandatory checks on goods in 2019
Eamon Ryan, the Minister for Transport, has been accused of wasting taxpayers’ money on 36 acres of vacant land in Dublin Port that had been set aside for a “no-deal Brexit”.
Dublin Port allocated the land to the Revenue, the Department of Agriculture and the HSE in 2019 so that they would have the space to carry out mandatory checks on all trade to and from Britain if necessary.
But the potential chaos of a ...