Council to seek court order to demolish Navan house

Re: Council to seek court order to demolish Navan house

Postby Frank Taylor » Sun Mar 28, 2010 11:29 am

onq wrote:*Are you a Planning Consultant by any chance, Frank?
No, I just think there is a wide gap in the prosecution's logic.

We may yet be talking in RL with a mind like that.
What is RL?
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Re: Council to seek court order to demolish Navan house

Postby David Murray » Tue Jun 29, 2010 4:05 pm

Well, there is a high court decision on this matter now.
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Re: Council to seek court order to demolish Navan house

Postby PVC King » Tue Jun 29, 2010 7:31 pm

The sad fact is that IF mr Murray is not solvent that the taxpayer or banks will carry the can IF. the project originator gets to walk away under court protection from creditors. If he his not solvent then it should simply be repossessed and sold with any equity after court and council costs handed back; returning the land to agricultural use would be wanton in this climate. Whatever happens continued residence under these circumstances is a total non-runner.
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Re: Council to seek court order to demolish Navan house

Postby hutton » Tue Jun 29, 2010 8:33 pm

588 square metres with no planning? This structure is a symptom of the ills that begot this country as a whole over the last decade - a big greedy unsustainable unnecessary material aspiration that celebrated giving two fingers to the rest of civic society, and as with the climate from which it emerged, it too now comes crashing down...
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