June 22, 2024

The trial of a Donegal father and daughter accused of greater than 50 costs referring to unlawful dumping is predicted to take as much as three weeks when it commences within the New 12 months.

The case towards businessman Jim Ferry and his daughter Louise was referred to as earlier than Letterkenny Circuit Courtroom.

The courtroom was advised that the case might take three weeks and could also be scheduled right into a particular sitting of the courtroom which is scheduled for January.

Choose John Aylmer stated there may be already a case scheduled right into a particular sitting of the courtroom in January which can take between three and 6 weeks beginning on January twenty fourth.

The case towards Jim and Louise Ferry might now be scheduled as a again up case if this case doesn’t go forward or finishes forward of schedule.

Jim Ferry (63) and his daughter Louise (32), each of Slieve Sneacht Highway, Letterkenny are charged in relation to the alleged dumping by their firm, Ferry’s Refuse Recycling Ltd, on lands owned by Mr Ferry at Rossbracken, Letterkenny.

Books of proof have already been served on the accused.

The accused have been appointed two authorized counsel.

Jim Ferry faces 41 costs of unlawful dumping below the Waste Administration Act at Rossbracken, Letterkenny.

Expenses allege that he held, disposed of or handled waste in a way that prompted or was prone to trigger environmental air pollution.

Included among the many costs are that he didn’t adjust to a discover issued by Donegal County Council in 2017 which was issued to cease him holding or disposing of waste on the location.

Mr Ferry is charged as being a director of Ferry’s Refuse Recycling Restricted and likewise because the registered proprietor of the lands at Rossbracken.

Mr Ferry’s daughter, Louise Ferry, faces 10 costs, referring to offences below the Waste Administration Act, protecting a interval between 2014 and 2017.

Ms Ferry is charged that on completely different dates, and as a director of the corporate, she was liable for waste being disposed of on lands at Rossbracken that was prone to trigger air pollution.

Alleged dumping case towards father and daughter anticipated to take three weeks was final modified: November sixth, 2023 by Employees Author