Cairn Homes

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Gary Kennedy, co-chair of the Balance for Better Business review group: ‘The clock is ticking.’   Photograph: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

At least a dozen companies trading on the Euronext Dublin are set to fall short of a Government-backed target for there to be no all-male boards among(...)

Cairn Homes group finance director Tim Kenny, chairman John Reynolds, and chief executive Michael Stanley

Housebuilder Cairn Homes has announced that group finance director Tim Kenny is to leave his role in January to take up a new senior management positi(...)

At the Commercial Court on Monday, Mr Justice Robert Haughton granted an application by Cairn Homes to fast-track a judicial review.

A legal challenge to a proposed development of 96 homes in Dublin is to be fast-tracked at the Commercial Court. The planned development on lands at(...)

Cairn is holding enough land to build 15,000 homes. Photograph: iStock

Davy has lowered its revenue forecasts for construction firm Cairn Homes, citing a lower rate of house price growth in Ireland in the next two years. (...)

Renesca: Myles Crofton plans to demolish his dream home, which includes a basement swimming pool

One of Dublin’s most lavish modern mansions looks set to be demolished and replaced with a five-storey apartment block. Renesca, a 1,050sq m (11,300(...)

Michael Stanley, CEO of Cairn Homes, received a €382,000 bonus last year

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley received total remuneration of €920,000 last year, which included a €382,000 annual bonus. This compares (...)

 Cairn Homes construction site: three founding directors raised €22.8 million by selling 17 million shares they’d secured since its 2015 flotation. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Having lost 43 per cent of its value in 2018, Cairn Homes’ share price recovery in first few months of this year was impressive – fuelled in no small (...)

Cairn Homes applied to build 377 apartments and eight houses on a three-hectare north Dublin site, that was previously owned by the Christian Brothers.

Cairn Homes has been cleared to build a 385-home apartment development, including blocks up to eight storeys high, on Griffith Avenue, Marino, Dublin (...)

Louis Fitzgerald has reportedly bought famous Harry Street hostelry Bruxelles for an estimated €10m.

Developer Noel Smyth is planning to bring more than €100 million worth of new residential developments to the rental sector, according to the Sunday I(...)

Michael Stanley, Cairn’s chief executive, confirmed that the company was continuing to work on plans for the RTÉ site, where it could build more than 500 apartments.

Builder Cairn Homes hopes to begin construction within a year on the high-profile site it bought from State broadcaster RTÉ for €107 million, accordin(...)

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