Francis Rhatigan’s company, Winterbrook, had a previous application for 56 units  on the grounds of Charleville refused by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council

As developer Richard Barrett awaits the outcome of a High Court challenge aimed at overturning An Bord Pleanála’s permission for his plan to build two(...)

Former DCC chief executive  Tommy Breen, Leo Casey, head of BGF in the Republic, and Winterbrook managing director Francis Rhatigan. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

State-backed venture capital firm BGF is to take a minority stake in residential house builder Winterbrook after investing €5 million in the company. (...)

A newly-registered company has lodged a planning application to build 14 houses and 38 apartments at the rear of three properties backing on to Leopardstown racecourse.

Development continues apace in the leafy south Dublin suburb of Foxrock, with a new planning application just lodged for the construction of 52 proper(...)

The unusual curved shape of the seven pavilion-style apartment blocks will be just one of the unique features of the scheme, whose design has been heavily influenced by the existing woodlands on the site

A luxury apartment scheme on a 3-acre site beside Castle Park School in Dalkey has been given the go-ahead. Developer Twinlite has obtained a final (...)

The 1.65-acre site in Foxrock has planning permission for 23 spacious units

Developer Francis Rhatigan has acquired a prime 1.65-acre development site in Foxrock, Dublin 18. Springfield House, situated off the Springfield Park(...)

St Andrew’s on Suffolk Street ceased to be used as a church in 1993 and was rented up to about a year ago by Fáilte Ireland’s tourism body

A former Dublin church close to the bottom of Grafton Street is expected to be given a new role when it is let shortly through estate agents Cushman &(...)

Noreen McManus, wife of billionaire businessman JP McManus, is planning to expand their palatial Dublin compound at 22 Ailesbury Road  once again.

Noreen McManus, wife of billionaire businessman JP McManus, is planning to expand their palatial Dublin compound once again. In October 2011, McManu(...)

Abbot’s Grove. Photograph: Peter Moloney/PM Photography

Developer Francis Rhatigan re-entered the Irish property market 16 months ago with Dalriada, at the foot of the Hellfire Club in Knocklyon, Dublin, j(...)

Conor Rhatigan in Castle & Drury on Castle Market in Dublin 2: “I wanted to create a boutique for me.” Photograph:  Cyril Byrne

When 25-year-old Conor Rhatigan decided to open his own menswear boutique, Castle & Drury, on Castle Market in Dublin 2, he had some experience un(...)

10-12 Trinity Street, Dublin: planned conversion of the former information showrooms is likely to attract interest from a range of international fashion traders

The rapidly improving fortunes of the Grafton Street/Wicklow Street area of Dublin city are to get a further boost with news that the long-running sho(...)