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Providence  chief executive Tony O’Reilly jnr: noted  Exxon Mobil estimated that 1.5 billion barrels of oil, worth $114 billion could be recovered. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Global interest is growing in an area off the southwest coast that one multinational estimates could hold more than $100 billion worth of oil, shareho(...)

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley. Cairn is Dublin-centred and almost half of its investment has been on sites within the M50. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

There will be little or no apartment supply in Ireland over the next few years, Cairn Homes has warned the Department of Finance. In a meeting held (...)

With the dire shortage of housing in the capital an almost daily staple of news reports, and the economic recovery a reality, surely 2018 will be the (...)

Builders at work on a Cairn Homes site in Dublin. Photograph: Bloomberg

Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes was trading up marginally at €1.63 during late morning following its admission to the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) on Wed(...)

Cairn’s upmarket scheme between St John of God hospital and the junction with Orwell Park is selling  off the plans

The official launch of the upmarket Marianella apartment scheme on Rathgar’s Orwell Road has moved to September. It seems developer Cairn has decided (...)

Supply-side plans: Construction costs such as levies and tax take  need to be addressed if major apartment schemes are to become viable in 2017. Illustration: Getty

Marian Finnegan, Chief economist, Sherry FitzGerald New dwelling sales encouragingly increased during the second quarter, totalling about 2,400 i(...)

Charlesland Neighbourhood Centre: Greystones has seen substantial residential growth over the past decade

A neighbourhood centre is the fast-growing commuter town of Greystones is on the market at €4.9 million through agent Bannon. This would reflect an in(...)

The former Marianella seminary at Orwell Road in Rathgar, Dublin 6

Cairn Homes is to pay close to €100 million for six key housing sites in the greater Dublin area to accommodate over 1,400 houses. The sites are bei(...)

Cairn believes the sites attached to the loans it will acquire from Ulster Bank can deliver 14,000 new homes for first time buyers over the coming years

Cairn Homes hopes to begin building work next year on three or four of the sites attached with Ulster Bank’s Project Clear portfolio, which it part-ac(...)

  Cairn Homes’ development in Parkside, Malahide Road, Dublin 13. The  50 acre Parkside site has zoning potential for a total of 433 homes when complete and Cairn expects to complete the first 200 homes before the end of 2016.

Irish homebuilder Cairn Homes has agreed a new € 150 million senior debt facility with AIB to fund acquisitions and growth. The new facili(...)

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