Pyrite find in local school serious concern for community
The discovery of Pyrite in St. Patrick’s National School in Diswellstown Castleknock was a very serious development in the scandal of Pyrite.
The school was only completed in 2006 and it is a complete shock that Pyrite has been found. Parents and staff have a right to expect that all neccesary repair will be undertaken immediately and without delay. The scandal of Pyrite has blighted the lives of so many people who are in dreadful situations in their homes. The revelation that it has now been found in schools is a development of the utmost seriousness”.
It is essential that the commission set up by Phil Hogan to examine the Pyrite problem does not fudge any issues and sets out a clear resolution process for householders.
In the meantime I intend to raise this issue in the Dail and demand a full explanation as to how this situation has occurred in St. Patrick’s and other schools. The community deserves an explanation as to how this incident has occurred.