Unit 6 on Burton Hall Road in Sandyford Park, Dublin 18, is predominantly laid out in office accommodation and has just undergone an extensive refurbishment.

An office/warehouse investment in Sandyford Park is on the market for €1.8 million through BNP Paribas Real Estate. At that price it would provide a p(...)

Advertising posters are seen at a JCDecaux depot. JCDecaux is the world’s second-largest seller of outdoor advertising. Photograph: Fabrice Dimier/Bloomberg

Outdoor advertising specialist JCDecaux forecast a slight increase in first-quarter organic revenue today and raised its dividend on last year’(...)

The building materials giant gained 3.5 per cent to close at €19.57. Photograph: Alan Betson

European stocks advanced, following their largest three-day slump in seven months, as mining companies climbed and banks rebounded from a three-week l(...)

 Some 950 new bicycles and 58 additional hire points are being rolled out. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A major expansion of the Dublin bike scheme begins today, with 950 new bicycles and 58 additional hire points to be in place by next July.Two new bike(...)

On the road: commuters may turn to cycling to economise, escape traffic jams or get in shape. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Teams of Lycra-clad cyclists haul themselves up the country’s mountains at weekends. Families take to parks, seaside promenades, canals and riversi(...)

Approval for some 950 new bicycles and 58 additional hire points has been given.

Plans for the €35 million expansion of the Dublin bike scheme, with 950 new bicycles and 58 additional hire points, have been (...)

The new contract will not involve any additional advertising and instead Dublin City Council will pay  JCDecaux €1.925 million a year for 10 years to run the service and maintain the bikes. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A €35 million deal to expand the Dublin bike scheme, with 950 new bicycles and 58 additional hire points, has been agreed between Dublin City C(...)