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# Dublin Docklands Development Authority

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# Dublin Docklands
Former Dublin docklands boss defends record and slams 'grievous accusations'
Paul Maloney said he had, for four years, “watched aghast” as the authority’s former chair Niamh Brennan issued “report after report” which contained “the most grievous accusations which have since been withdrawn or discredited”.
# sean o'casey bridge
Celtic Tiger-era Liffey bridge can’t open due to “lack of funding”
The Seán O’Casey Bridge was completed in 2005. It’s designed to open to shipping, but the authority that manages it says that’s not possible at the moment.
# Property Bubble
CHQ building in Dublin's docklands is sold for €10 million
The building was redeveloped by the Dublin Docklands Development Authority in 2005 for €45 million.
# Glass Bottle Site
Docklands chair: Governments had 14 years to close Glass Bottle loophole
Lar Bradshaw says government inaction lost millions for the state in selling the Irish Glass Bottle Company site.
# Dublin Docklands
Why Seán FitzPatrick won't appear before the Public Accounts Committee
The former head of Anglo Irish Bank was called to appear before the committee in relation to the controversial purchase of the former Irish Glass Bottle site in the Dublin Docklands seven years ago.
# Oireachtas
Fitzpatrick called to be questioned on Dublin docklands development
Fine Gael TD Paschal Donohoe has called for Seán Fitzpatrick and a number of other people to appear before Dáil’s Public Accounts Committee.
# Docklands
DDDA fiasco shows 'murky relationship between FF, developers and Anglo' - TD
Mary Lou McDonald has said that the Irish taxpayer is again being made to foot the bill for the debacle at the Dublin Docklands Development Authority.
Dublin Docklands Development Authority to be wound up, says Hogan
Minister says C&AG’s “damning” report on the DDDA means a standalone authority is no longer “a viable vehicle”.