PAUL ROUSE: Is every club created equally in the eyes of Croke Park?

In his annual report for 2018, John Costello, chief executive officer of the Dublin GAA county board, laid out the problems with land that confront every sporting body in Dublin. 

He wrote: “Everybody is acutely aware of the housing crisis in the country and particularly in the Dublin area. There is huge pressure to build more houses, and quickly. 

This puts even more pressure on land in the county. 

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