There’s still no news on Kerry County Council’s plans to buy 50 acres of prime land in Kenmare.
The peninsula lands, which sold for almost €20 million during the boom, stretch along the coastline between Kenmare Pier and the mouth of the Finnihy River.
The council has made an offer for the lands for use as a public amenity, but they say the matter currently rests with the receiver.
There are claims on the land by two Kenmare residents, causing a delay in the sale to the land.
The peninsula land was to be developed as a major residential and commercial area, before it was ultimately transferred to NAMA, who sold it to current owners Oaktree Capital Ltd.