Dublin printing firm Reads takes landlord to court over access to premises during redevelopment – irishexaminer.com

The owner of the well-known printing business Reads has brought a High Court action against the landlord of its city centre premises in a dispute over access to the premises.

The action has been brought by O’Flaherty’s (Nassau St.) Limited which trades as Reads against Setanta Centre Unlimited Company, the owner of an office building on Dublin’s Nassau Street.

The defendant, which is owned and controlled by the family of businessman Larry Goodman, owns the Setanta Centre, which is being redeveloped over the next two years at a cost of €150m.

In it its action the owner of Reads, represented by Michéal O’Connell SC and John O’Regan Bl, operates an outlet within a campus known as the Setanta Campus, which is just to the South of but visible from Nassau Street.

O’Flaherty’s claims that the defendant, as part of its redevelopment works, has blocked off the entrance to Nassau Street.

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