Dublin port wants site back for Brexit plan

Aodhan O’Faolain

DPC is trying to oust a warehouse firm from a site at Tolka Quay to use as a truck park and inspection postARTUR WIDAK/NURPHOTO VIA GETTY

Dublin Port Company has claimed that a transport and warehousing firm has breached a court order by failing to vacate a site which it needs to deal with the impact of Brexit. As a result of the alleged breach DPC, which is state-owned, is seeking orders from the High Court that could result in the jailing of a director of McQuaid O’Flanagan Warehousing and Transport Ltd and the seizure of the company’s property. DPC had previously brought proceedings in the Commercial Court against a number of parties to try to secure possession of a site at Tolka Quay, which is about 600 metres south of the Port Tunnel.

DPC intends to use the site as a truck park and one of its customs, immigration and…

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