Land dispute

We apologise to users of Brough Bay for the inconvenience of having a fence across part of the car park. This is due to a land dispute with the Brough Bay Association who are claiming the land of Brough Bay Ltd. despite there being title deeds in the latters’ name, and the usage of the land far earlier than that of the association. The fence will be removed when the BBA withdraw any claim on the land of the Company and fulfil certain other conditions. The project to renovate the pier can then continue.

We are sincerely sorry, but have had no choice but to take this drastic action. You can contact us via this blog should you have any queries. The fence was erected on
13th February 2011.

Published by Dawn Marshall

I have written for several publications in Scotland and Spain and have a Diploma in Freelance Journalism. I also have a BSC in IT and Spanish from London South Bank University, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Economics, Policy and Risk from Heriot Watt University. I am a member of the NUJ in Belfast.

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