Homeowners in Dublin apartment complex told to carry out remedial works or face legal action

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Homeowners in Dublin apartment complex have been given 21 days to pay for remedial works or face legal action.

They have each been hit with a €5,000 bill for repair works, after Dublin Fire Brigade identified safety issues at Beacon South Quarter in Sandyford.

Owners last year voted in favour of a proposal to create a €10m fund to fix the deficiencies.

However, The Herald newspaper reports some people are refusing to pay, saying they were unaware of the problems when they bought their property.

- Digital desk

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