Paddy McKillen: the  judge said it “is not in dispute that Mr McKillen is not domiciled in England. He is Irish”. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

A legal bid to force property investor Paddy McKillen to sell his shares in three of London’s most highly-rated hotels should be heard in London, the(...)

Developer Paddy McKillen: “This refinance marks the end of a very turbulent period that began when the banks became destabilised.” Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Developer Paddy McKillen and his business partner Padraig Drayne have completed the refinancing of £110 million (€140 million) of their borrowings fro(...)

Developer Paddy McKillen: London hotel company Coroin made profit of £7.78 million last year. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Developer Paddy McKillen’s upscale London hotel company Coroin made profits of £7.78 million (€9.8 million) last year, according to accounts filed (...)

Allied Irish Banks lent €1 million to developer Michael O’Flynn to buy racehorses in January 2008. Photograph: Courtpix

€1m racehorses Allied Irish Banks lent €1 million to developer Michael O’Flynn to buy racehorses in January 2008, just months before the credit crunch(...)

A windsurfer taking advantage of the high winds pictured in Malahide today. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Development Securities, the British listed fund which plans to invest up to £20 million (about €25 million) in equity into Irish property details, (...)

Dev Sec confirmed it was part of a consortium – including developer Johnny Ronan (above) – that has bought a development site on Burlington Road, in Dublin 4, for €40.5 million. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Development Securities plc, the British listed fund backing Johnny Ronan, plans to invest up £20 million (about €25 million) in equity into Irish pro(...)

Johnny Ronan: the developer has worked with  Paddy McKillen in the past

Property developers Paddy McKillen and Johnny Ronan have teamed up to re-enter Dublin’s office construction market backed by a multibillion America(...)

Irish Bank Resolution Corporation has argued the taxpayer should not have to fund the costs of property investor Paddy McKillen’s legal action aimed at preventing his loans being sold by the IBRC special liquidators to the billionaire Barclay brothers. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire.

Irish Bank Resolution Corporation has argued the taxpayer should not have to fund the costs of property investor Paddy McKillen’s legal action (...)

Belfast developer Paddy McKillen leaves The Rolls Building at The High Court, in central London, for his legal dispute against the Barclay Brothers. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday March 19, 2012. Threed: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Patrick McKillen, who has been locked in a drawn out battle with the UK’s Barclay Brothers for control of three of London’s most exclusive hote(...)

 Belfast developer Paddy McKillen: secured permission  for subpoenas

Businessman Paddy McKillen has secured permission to subpoena the Department of Finance secretary general John Moran and others to give evidenc(...)