Friday October 30, 2020

Hotel group is warned over fences blocking off Howth Castle

Tetrarch Capital has been challenged by Friends of the Irish Environment over the work it is carrying out on the lands on Grace O’Malley Road

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
5th October, 2020
There have been many public access points to the grounds of Howth Castle for the past several decades. Picture: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

Tetrarch Capital, the hotel group, has been warned it has no permission to erect fences that would block public access points to the lands of Howth Castle.

For the past several decades, there have been many public access points to the grounds of Howth Castle.

Last July, Friends of the Irish Environment (FIE), an environmental group, lodged a query with Fingal County Council to ask if works being carried out on the boundary of the...

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