It is understood businessman Noel Smyth will tell officials from Mandate and Siptu that Fitzwilliam’s plans for Arnotts include the continued operation of the department store as an independent retailer

The businessman Noel Smyth, whose Fitzwilliam Finance Partners got control of the Arnotts department store earlier this year, is to meet union lead(...)

Fitzwilliam said that it would continue to develop both Arnotts itself and the surrounding properties as market conditions improve.

Property player Noel Smyth’s Fitzwilliam Finance Partners has won the battle for control of landmark Dublin department store, Arnotts. In a statement(...)

Derek Davis presents Out Of The Blue

In 2008, I went to Dalkey to interview Derek Davis for the Sunday Tribune about his retirement from RTÉ. We meet in the Queens Bar and he spoke at len(...)

Latest accounts for The Square Management Ltd, whose debts were transferred to Nama, show it made a profit of €3.7 million in the year to the end of September 2013

An Bord Pleanála has given the green light to a €40 million extension of The Square shopping centre in Tallaght, a development that is being supported(...)

The company running The Square shopping centre in Tallaght returned to the black last year.

The company that runs The Square shopping centre in Tallaght returned to the black last year after solicitor and property developer Noel Smyth waived(...)

Noel Smyth: said it is imperative that sites controlled by the National Asset Management Agency are not offered into the market without clear and unequivocal commitments from those agreeing to purchase them. Photograph: Peter Thursfield

Private-equity and buyout funds that acquire development land should be regulated to preventing them from hoarding it, according to property develo(...)

Four Courts: where the fallout from the Celtic Tiger glory days is still being played out

Eight years on, the fallout from the glory days still envelops the Four Courts, where developers, banks and solicitors are taking daily chunks out of (...)

The Irish Bank Resolution Corporation and Ulster Bank took control of Arnotts in 2010 when they wrote off loans related to the ill-fated Northern Quarter property development

The Competition Authority has given its blessing to the acquisition of a 50 per cent stake in Dublin department store Arnotts by Fitzwilliam Finance P(...)

Solicitor and property player Noel Smyth controls Fitzwilliam Real Estate Capital. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Noel Smyth’s Fitzwilliam is taking on Ires Reit and a syndicate comprising Kennedy Wilson, Deutsche Bank and Oak Tree Capital in the final leg of a(...)

PJ Mansfield, son of Jim (third from right)  at the funeral of businessman, Jim Mansfield at the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saggart this morningh. Photo: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin.

The property developer and hotelier Jim Mansfield was remembered at his funeral today as “a unique and special patriarch who will always be remembered(...)