Feargus Flood, former chairman of the Flood Tribunal, dies aged 94

Former High Court Justice Feargus Flood has died aged 94.

r Justice Flood was best known as Chair of the Flood Tribunal in his role as Chair of the Planning and Payments Tribunal, set up in 1997 to investigate planning issues in Greater Dublin.

It was originally set up to investigate corruption allegations against former Fianna Fáil Minister Ray Burke, but has been expanded to cover alleged corruption involving land developers and Dublin politicians, as well as former Dublin Deputy City and Borough Manager George Redmond .

He presided over the tribunal at Dublin Castle before resigning when other judges were appointed when he retired in 2003.

He was appointed to the High Court in 1991.

Originally from Co Donegal, Mr Justice Flood lived in Baily, Howth.

According to the obituary, he died “peacefully surrounded by his family” at Highfield Nursing Home on Saturday.

He is survived by his wife Anna, son Richard and daughters Micheline and Suzi, as well as grandchildren Killian, Robert, Sam and Alessia, sons-in-law John and Erig and daughter-in-law Patricia.

His funeral will be held at St Fintan’s Church in Sutton on Thursday morning, followed by cremation at Dardistown Crematorium.

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/politics/feargus-flood-former-chairman-of-flood-tribunal-dies-aged-94-41983742.html Feargus Flood, former chairman of the Flood Tribunal, dies aged 94

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