Belfast developer Paddy McKillen: he and four other builders are  understood to have   raised concerns with Brussels officials about the State agency’s involvement in office developments. Photograph:  Yui Mok/PA Wire

The builders challenging plans of the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) to construct 20,000 homes have broadened their complaint to include the(...)

The European Commission could order that Nama suspend housing plans while it investigates a complaint brought by a group of builders. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Brussels could demand that the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) suspend its plans to build 20,000 houses while officials investigate claims th(...)

55 Percy Place: developed by Oakmount, run by  Paddy McKillen Jr and Matt Ryan, with London based U+I plc

Long before Patrick Kavanagh waxed lyrical about its leafy “love banks” the Grand Canal held a special place in the capital’s heart. That stretch o(...)

Blanchardstown Centre: Green Property said its master plan for the area includes some 1.6 million sq ft of development capacity. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

As Green Property Group prepares the €1 billion sale of the Blanchardstown Centre in west Dublin, attention has turned to who might be interested in p(...)

The prime site in Ranelagh was sold to McKillen for an undisclosed sum in 2013

Two companies associated with businessman Paddy McKillen Jnr, Original Point and Oakmount, have been given the green light this month for a boutique (...)

Belfast developer Paddy McKillen had sought full access to 12 documents he believed would show the Department of Finance  was lobbied by interests linked to Sir David Barclay and Sir Frederick Barclay concerning acquisition of Mr McKillen’s “fully-performing” loans as part of a hostile takeover strategy concerning the London-based Maybourne hotel group.

Property investor Paddy McKillen has failed in a High Court appeal over the release of documents which he claimed would show the Department of Finance(...)

Paddy McKillen’s dispute with the Barclay brothers effectively ended last year. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

The row between Paddy McKillen and the billionaire Barclay brothers over the Maybourne hotel group effectively ended last year, when it was bought by (...)

Some of the developers are warning in private that if the EU strikes out their complaint, they simply won’t build any homes in Ireland. Photograph: Bloomberg

There’s a housing crisis in Ireland. Everyone is agreed on that much. What they can’t agree on is how we frame the solution. The Government thought (...)

Five leading Irish developers allege Nama plans to build 20,000 starter homes in Dublin and other areas over five years breaches EU state-aid rules. Photograph: Getty Images

The National Asset Management Agency has dismissed claims that its €5.6 billion residential building programme announced last week breaches EU state-a(...)

The complaint was filed by developers David Daly, Paddy McKillen and Michael O’Flynn, and by Dublin-based companies New Generation Homes and MKN Properties. Photograph: Getty Images

Five leading property developers have told the European Commission that the market for new houses in Ireland is likely to “descend into a state of cri(...)