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Financial statements recently filed reveal that 80 per cent of Natrium, the company that bought Clerys on the eve of the store’s closure, is vested in an Icav.

Control of the company that bought Clerys in a controversial €29 million deal last year is ultimately held in a complex type of tax-avoidance vehicle(...)

Clerys clock: Dublin City Council’s planning scheme for the  area includes  re-establishing it as a place of social and cultural importance and where workers have fair conditions. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Dublin City Council wants the company behind the redevelopment of Clerys to show how it intends to promote local employment during and after construct(...)

Clerys in O’Connell Street, Dublin. The wind-up of the store’s operating company OCS Operations has been delayed by legal proceedings, says KPMG. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The liquidators of Clerys say the winding up of the old Dublin department store is being delayed by legal proceedings and could take a further two ye(...)

The sale of Lynam’s Hotel on Upper O’Connell Street excludes the Spar shop on the ground floor.

With hotel room rates rising and tourism booming, there should be keen interest in a mid-sized hotel on Upper O’Connell Street which is fresh to the i(...)

Clerys on O’Connell Street: shop closed last year with the loss of 467 jobs. Its owner, OCS Properties, is seeking permission from Dublin City Council to redevelop it as a hotel, offices, shops and a restaurant. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dublin city councillors will vote on Monday on a motion calling on contractors to refuse to work on the redevelopment of Clerys in protest at the trea(...)

The Clerys building: one objector says the planned building work  does not fit with the council’s aim of keeping the area’s historic fabric while architect Henry J Lyons says the new scheme will be sensitive to the building. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Councillors, former workers and a neighbouring business have raised objections to plans to redevelop Clerys, the Dublin department store that shut las(...)

The firm, which employs 30 people, saw staff-related costs drop to €370,626 from €426,470

The company that operates the flagship Beshoff fish and chip restaurant on O’Connell Street in Dublin saw accumulated profits increase last year. Bes(...)

Lambstongue is thought to be the only contractor in Ireland capable of restoring the Clerys windows. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Specialist contractor Lambstongue says that it has had an “extraordinary” reaction to its decision not to work on the redevelopment of Clerys unless t(...)

 Clerys workers Emily McDermott (35 years service) and her daughter Nathania (seven  years service)  at a demonstration in support of Clerys workers. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Specialist building contractor Lambstongue refused to work on the redevelopment of the Clerys building in Dublin unless its new owners meet the 460 wo(...)

If the storm of publicity that followed the closure of Clerys was “unmerited and distressing”, it was entirely self-inflicted. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Maurice Bracken, who worked for Clerys for more than 30 years before the staff were turfed out when the building was sold last June, tells an interest(...)

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