Brendan McDonagh: Nama is not overly concerned about competition from other European countries trying to offload property assets. Photograph: Eric Luke

Brendan McDonagh sat close to the front row on Wednesday in the press room of the Department of Finance. The chief executive of the National Asset Man(...)

Battersea power station in London, which was sold by Nama and Lloyds in 2012 for €600 million and  is to be developed into £8 billion worth of apartments and shops by Malaysian investors. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) made the right decision to sell its stake in the iconic Battersea power station in London – despite cha(...)

London City Island Phase II is anisland-style neighbourhood on the Leamouth Peninsula, in close proximity to Canary Wharf and strategically situated for rail, road and air links. The development has been designed to complement the neighbouring business district with a premium residential offering of c. 1,145 units. Phase I has already commenced.

Ballymore property development and investment group, led by Sean Mulryan, is looking for a joint venture partner to finance and develop three large(...)

Then taoiseach Brian Cowen had said that while Nama would acquire loans from the banks at a discount, the developers would still have to pay back the full amount. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

Are some Irish developers getting taxpayer-funded bailouts as Nama starts offloading their loans? It certainly looks like it.Take Michael O’Flynn, the(...)

Aidan Brooks: his Tribeca Holdings got involved with US firm Ashkenazy on the purchase of Old Spitalfields Market in London

Aidan Brooks, the Limerick property man and pal of JP McManus, probably didn’t reckon upon Tracey Emin – the celebrity British artist behind seminal w(...)

Ulster Bank’s headquarters in Dublin: portfolio of loans is likely to be valued at between €180 million and €220 million. Photograph: Frank Miller

Ulster Bank is gearing up to sell loans that could lead to the biggest release of prime residential land banks in Dublin since the bust, the Sunda(...)

Gerry Gannon:  returning to build new homes for the first time since the market crashed in 2008.

Three of Ireland’s biggest Celtic Tiger-era property developers are returning to build new homes for the first time since the market crashed in(...)

Injured jockey Ruby Walsh joined Whitewater Shopping Centre developer Seán Mulryan this week to mark eight years of trading at the centre in Newbridge, Co Kildare. More than five million shoppers go through Whitewater each year

Holy moly, are property developers back in fashion? It was interesting this week to witness the glitz and glamour surrounding the eighth(...)

Oscar-winning actor 
Emma Thompson: told 
The Irish Times
 of her anger at “building companies throughout the world who routinely trample over local opinion”. 
Anthony Harvey/Getty Images

West Hampstead Square, said its developer, Seán Mulryan’s Ballymore group, will be “a living, breathing space; a place for friends to meet” and(...)

The Central Bank is understood to be continuing to examine the actions of Michael Fingleton, the Irish Nationwide Building Society’s  former managing director.

The Central Bank of Ireland has decided not take any action against two former directors of Irish Nationwide, the building society whose collapse cost(...)