A LIMAVADY building company that had been planning to develop a so-called ‘superdump’ near Macosquin has been placed into administration.
B Mullan & Sons (Contractors) owned the Cam Quarry near Macosquin, which had been earmarked as a landfill site to be used by seven councils in the north west.
However, a waste management company that was supposed to form a partnership with Mullans pulled out of the deal last year.
Two sister companies have also been placed into administration: B Mullan & Sons (Developments) and B Mullan & Sons (Pre Mix Concrete.)
HSBC had already placed some of the contracting firm’s assets into receivership.