Campaigners say it shouldn’t have taken so long to take action against one of the construction companies implicated in the mica scandal.
Donegal County Council has ordered the closure of the Cassidy Brothers site in Cranford within eight weeks following an enforcement notice.
The order also includes removal of all machinery and products for sale at the site.
The Council has also opened three unauthorised development cases relating to other sites owned by the Cassidy Brothers firm.
In a statement Cassidy Brothers said that they are “actively and constructively engaging with the council” on the planning issues that have been raised.
Cassidy Brothers have always insisted that its concrete blocks met industry standards for safety when they were manufactured.
Eileen Doherty from the Mica Action Group, says it shouldn’t have taken this long for action to be taken…