An artist’s impression of the proposed Connolly Quarter scheme shows  the 23-storey apartment tower

Developer Sean Mulryan’s Ballymore Group will submit a fast-track planning application to An Bord Pleanála today for the development of a 23-storey ap(...)

Chairman and group chief executive of Ballymore Group Seán Mulryan: “Because there aren’t enough tradesmen, they’re going to call the tune.” Photograph: Alan Betson

Ballymore Group’s founder Seán Mulryan, one of the highest-profile developers s to come through the property crash, has warned that surging construct(...)

Seán Mulryan of Ballymore: “Regrettably, the outlook for the group is adverse.” Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Irish property developer Ballymore International is selling off its overseas assets in a bid to settle its €252 million senior debt with the Nation(...)

The Ballymore Group loves to innovate and has been making a splash in east London with its upscale high-rise developments complete with talking-poi(...)

Florentine Shopping Centre was due to open in Bray in 2006 at a cost of €40 million, but after being delayed by planning issues the credit crunch meant it was no longer financially viable.

Bray Town Council has purchased the site of the proposed Florentine Shopping Centre in Bray which has been vacant for the last 10 years for just €1.95(...)

Seán Mulryan: “Royal Wharf is a unique opportunity in terms of scale for central London particularly given its position on the River Thames.” Photograph: Frank Miller

Ballymore Group, the Seán Mulryan-owned property development firm, will sell off a prime development site in London with permission for nearly (...)