Property owners lose challenge over new Croke Park access route – The Irish Times

Four people who own properties near Croke Park have failed in their High Court bid to overturn a decision clearing the way for development of a new route to and from the stadium.

Ms Justice Teresa Pilkington, in a judgment on Friday, dismissed the challenge over Dublin City Council’s planned development in the area of Croke Villas, Ardilaun Square, Ardilaun Road, Sackville Avenue and Sackville Gardens.

It is part of the council’s plan for redevelopment and regeneration of the area.

The challenge was initiated in 2018 by Kim Griffin, a part-time tutor, of Ardilaun Square, Ballybough and Tony Henry, a landlord and property manager living at No 2 Sackville Gardens, who also owns No 3 and part-owns No 4 Sackville Gardens, and manages individually let properties within all three.

Noel Kelly, the third applicant, is a landlord living at Fernhill, Thornamby Road, Howth, who co-owns No 4 Sackville Gardens with

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