Dublin City Council 'Seeking Repossession' Of Iveagh Markets
Dublin City Council says it's issued a letter "seeking repossession" of the Iveagh Markets.
The letter was sent in early January to businessman Martin Keane.
It'ss given him until the end of the month to remove his possessions from the building.
The structure on Francis Street has been listed as 'critical' by An Taisce.
Maintenance for the indoor market was entrusted to Dublin City Council when it stopped operating in the 1990s.
Businessman Martin Keane, owner of a hotel and other premises in Dublin, acquired the site.
An assessment on An Taisce's website says: "This building has been vacant for a number of years. This building urgently requires new uses to be identified to prevent further deterioration of its character."
"Most of the external fabric remains, but there are obvious signs of deterioration, particularly water penetration, slipped slates and vegetation growth.
"There is no immediate danger of collapse but the condition is such that unless urgent remedial works are carried out the building will sharply deteriorate."