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. (...)

Charlemont Street flats will be rebuilt under a deal between Alcove Properties, owned by developer Seán Reilly, and Dublin City Council

Construction on the only major public-private partnership housing deal to survive the property crash is to get under way in Dublin in the coming weeks(...)

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 (...)

Judge Martin Nolan: he said it was “very difficult to see how these monies could ever be in the ordinary course of business since the main purpose of the share purchase was to stabilise the share price”

In the weeks and months leading up to the Anglo trial, two major concerns were aired continually . The first was that it would be imposs(...)

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(...)

New figures lodged by Daniel O’Donnell’s company Brockwell Ltd show it recorded a profit of €64,041 for 2012.  Photograph: Frank Miller

An entertainment firm co-owned by Donegal singer Daniel O’Donnell increased its accumulated profits to €2.075 million in 2012 after two years o(...)

The sale of a portfolio of IBRC loans with a par value of €7.3 billion was completed yesterday by KPMG, the special liq(...)

 Witness Niall Tuite at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court today for the continuing Anglo trial. Photograph: Collins Courts

A former Anglo Irish Bank official has told the trial of former executives at the defunct bank that when he discovered the Maple 10 investor de(...)

Witness Niall Tuite at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A building developer who was one of the so-called Maple Ten lenders has told the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank executives that the ban(...)