Compulsory Purchase Order for Kerry Greenway 'a direct scud missile' into farmers' rights, planning hearing told

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The Compulsory Purchase Order for the South Kerry Greenway was being “triggered” not for a public road but for amenity and tourism - an altogether different thing, the oral hearing into the greenway has been told.
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