Fire safety concerns emerge in second Dublin development

Residents of another north Dublin apartment complex have been advised that their homes may need repair work amid fire safety concerns.

Residents of another north Dublin apartment complex have been advised that their homes may need repair work amid fire safety concerns.

The problems, affecting an estimated 25% of the properties in Belmayne, were discovered while work was being done to fix a burst water pipe.

An action plan has now been prepared on consultation with the Chief Fire Officer of Dublin City Council and Kiltara Ltd., which manages the development.

It is not believed that residents will have to move out of their homes.

Belmayne is located just yards from the Priory Hall development, from which residents were evacuated over fire safety concerns last year, but was not built by the same developer.

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