Dublin City Council has given Nama-appointed receivers William O’Riordan and Declan McDonald of Pricewaterhouse Coopers six months to substantially redesign the scheme proposed for a site beside the 3 Arena at the Point Village in the city’s north docks. Illustration: TP Bennett Architects

Dublin City Council has expressed “serious concerns” over plans for Dublin’s largest off-campus student housing development, a complex of almost 1,000(...)

Project Wave, a commercial and residential scheme in Dublin,  will take up 10 per cent of  the Docklands Strategic Development Zone. File photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

The first phase of one of the largest new developments planned for Dublin’s docklands has been granted permission under Dublin City Council’s new fast(...)

Green and  Kennedy Wilson bought Central Park in Leopardstown early last year for €310 million

Property investment group Green Reit is to acquire the 50 per cent stake in the Central Park development in Dublin that it doesn’t own in a deal value(...)

A computer-generated image of the office block on North Wall Quay which was designed by ABK Architects

Nama is to finance an €87 million Grade A office development on the North Wall Quay in the Dublin docklands. The site previously formed part of the d(...)

A computer-generated image of a development once planned for the so-called “Blakes site” on 1.24 acres in Stillorgan

Twenty well-located Dublin development sites are among 42 due to be sold by Ulster Bank when it offloads a portfolio of distressed loans next month. (...)

One Spencer Dock: nine-storey over basement complex has floor area of 21,054sq m (226,624sq ft). Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Ireland’s largest single office investment, One Spencer Dock on Dublin’s North Wall Quay, is likely to be priced at more than €240 million when it (...)

Bernard McNamara: Almost all of them (directors) have since been recruited to senior positions by Nama receivers. Photograph: Collins

Developer Bernard McNamara has claimed receivers for the National Asset Management Agency hired directors from his company after it was wound down. Mr(...)

I made sure to save an electronic copy of property developer Johnny Ronan’s evidence to the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry before it was altered this week(...)

Nama chairman  Frank Daly at Leinster House, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The National Asset Management Agency has written to the Oireachtas banking inquiry contradicting claims made by developer Johnny Ronan. The agency s(...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh addresses the Public Accounts Committee.

Chairman of the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) Frank Daly has told the Public Accounts Committee he rejected any allegation that the sale of(...)