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The development was proposed for  Oscar Traynor Road in Santry, just east of the entrance to the Dublin Port Tunnel. File photograph: Alan Betson

Plans to build more than 850 homes on one of the largest sites owned by Dublin City Council have collapsed following the refusal of councillors to app(...)

The proposed development is on Oscar Traynor Road in Santry, just east of the entrance to the Dublin Port Tunnel. Photograph: Alan Betson

Plans for more than 850 Dublin homes “will have to be abandoned” if city councillors refuse to approve the sale of land to a private developer, the co(...)

Citywest Business Campus is home to more than 200 indigenous and international companies

Singapore-headquartered developer K2 Data Centres has paid just over €3 million for a 4.6-acre site at Citywest Business Campus in Dublin. The acquis(...)

Phoenix House is fully-let to the OPW and is generating a total of €1.012m in annual rental income. Photograph: Keith Arkins

Henley Bartra, the joint venture between Henley, the global private equity real estate investor, and developer Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital has so(...)

The bulk of housing in Ireland is built via a private sector speculation model, which is no longer able to produce homes at affordable rates for people on low to middle incomes

Fianna Fáil says it’s “going all out on housing”, promising to build 200,000 homes over five years if elected. Fine Gael has responded with a pledge t(...)

 Homes  at Kilcarbery in Clondalkin, Dublin 22. Photograph: Niall Noonan

More than 1,000 homes have been granted permission in south Dublin in what will be the first large-scale housing development on local authority lands (...)

3. The Sorting Office, Dublin docklands – sold for €240 million

When the total volume of investment in Ireland’s commercial property market hit a record €4.6 billion in 2014, any expectations of that figure being s(...)

The regeneration of O’Devaney Gardens, once one of Dublin city’s most troubled social housing estates, is to go ahead following a failed attempt to re(...)

Dublin city councillors approved by 39 votes to 18 a plan which would see more than 800 new homes on the O’Devaney Gardens site. Photograph: Tom Honan

A plan to buy additional homes in O’Devaney Gardens for affordable rental housing will “not compromise” the regeneration deal with developer Bartra, L(...)

The future of the proposed scheme for O’Devaney Gardens is in doubt after the Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy questioned the basis on which it was approved by Dublin City Council.  Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

The future of the proposed scheme for O’Devaney Gardens is in doubt after the Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy questioned the basis on which it was (...)

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