James Flynn and  Michael O’Reilly, are asking the court to continue an injunction stopping a receiver selling Belgard Retail Park in Tallaght. The case is against Ulster Bank and the receivers appointed by the bank to the retail park.  Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Two businessmen believe the value of a piece of land will increase by between €10 million and €15 million if a bank can “get its hands” on their adjoi(...)

Resident Caroline McNulty at Thornton Heights formally St Michael’s Estate, Inchicore. Photograph: Eric Luke

Dublin’s longest-planned social housing regeneration project will finally see its first residents this weekend, 16 years after its development was or(...)

St Teresa’s Gardens, Dublin. Most of the 16 blocks of flats will be demolished, but two blocks, currently housing 60 flats, will be retained. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Plans for the regeneration of one of Dublin’s largest and most dilapidated flats complexes, at a cost expected to be in the region of €15 million, hav(...)

Former billionaire developer Bernard McNamara was due to have his bankruptcy automatically discharged on November 2nd, according to documents from the country’s Individual Insolvency Register.

The fast-track exit of property developer Bernard McNamara from British bankruptcy has been delayed for several months. The former billionaire develop(...)

St Teresa’s Gardens flat complex on Donore Avenue, a 1950s estate that has become increasingly dilapidated, with persistent sewerage and damp problems. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The redevelopment of one of Dublin’s largest and most troubled flats complexes is to go ahead at a cost expected to be in the region of €15 mil(...)