Richard Barrett: Publicly expressed his concern over the State’s failure to provide adequate levels of social housing.  Photograph: Eric Luke Staff Photographer

Richard Barrett would appear to have discovered the property developers’ equivalent of religion. Twice in as many weeks, the former Treasury Holdings (...)

Johnny Ronan, one of the duo behind Treasury Holdings, exited Nama this year saying he paid off his personal loans to the agency in full.

Depending on how you look at it, 2016 marks either the tenth anniversary of the property boom’s peak, or of the point where the bubble inflated beyond(...)

The executives will advise property developers seeking non-bank debt financing, with a particular focus on international investment groups. Photograph: Getty Images

Two senior executives from AIB’s property lending division have left to join Bartra Capital, a recently-established property group set up by former Tr(...)

Richard Barrett, left, had a stroke while driving a council truck, but his colleague, Paul Treacy, responded quickly to the situation.  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Every year more than one person an hour is struck down by stroke in Ireland. This is undoubtedly an alarming figure, so each year the Irish Heart Foun(...)

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. (...)

The Beamish and Crawford cooperage in 1900. The brewery was once the biggest in the country, producing more stout than Guinness

It once was Ireland’s biggest brewery, producing more stout than Guinness and exporting it as far afield as Australia, the United States and the Carib(...)

Johnny Ronan (left) lifts the lid on his business activities up to 2008 in submission to banking inquiry. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Johnny Ronan’s 28-page submission to the Oireachtas banking inquiry, published yesterday, lifts the lid on his business activities up to 2008. It als(...)

The 63.72 hectares (157 acres) of undeveloped land at the M1 Business Park

A superbly located business park on either side of the M1 motorway near Balbriggan, Co Dublin, which failed to take off during the property boom, is (...)

Convention Centre Dublin opened in September 2010 and has since hosted over 1,1000 events

The sale of the operating business of the Convention Centre Dublin to the Irish Infrastructure Fund has been completed, it was confirmed on Friday. Th(...)

Johnny Ronan was one of the highest profile developers during the property boom that ultimately led to the Republic’s financial crash in 2008.

US firm Colony Capital and UK-based M&G Investments are funding developer Johnny Ronan’s exit from the National Asset Management Agency (Nama).Ron(...)