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30 Nov 2021

Nama say no Granard deal done yet

The National Assets Management Agency (NAMA) has dismissed claims it has agreed a deal with a community group for the sale of 15 acres of land in Granard.

The National Assets Management Agency (NAMA) has dismissed claims it has agreed a deal with a community group for the sale of 15 acres of land in Granard.

Agency officials said it was currently running the rule over an unidentified number of bids for the sale of the land and two commercial buildings, which lie just off the town’s main Edgeworthstown road.

It comes amid reports that community group representatives and NAMA bosses had struck a deal.

“We understand that the sales agent is reviewing a number of offers from potential purchasers but that the sale of the property has not been agreed with any particular purchaser,” the agency said in a statement yesterday (Tuesday).

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