The hotel redevelopment of the site is expected to “transform this area, encouraging tourist footfall and general retail activity in the surrounding area”.

Fitzwilliam Real Estate Properties, the development company chaired by solicitor Noel Smyth, has lodged a commencement notice in respect of a €55 mill(...)

An image of what the redeveloped Apollo House building on Tara Street in Dublin will look like. The  site comes with planning permission for a 10-storey over-basement office building.

The site of the former Apollo House building in Dublin’s city centre has been sold to Pat Crean & Partners for more than €50 million. This was s(...)

Developer Johnny Ronan was last month refused permission by Dublin City Council, for a second time, to build a 22-storey tower, Dublin’s tallest building, on Tara Street.

National heritage body An Taisce has urged An Bord Pleanála not to approve developer Johnny Ronan’s plans to build Dublin’s tallest building on Tara S(...)

Site at Howth where a proposed housing development, in an area beside the Martello tower, has been given planning permission. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A controversial development in the fishing village of Howth in Dublin has been given planning permission by An Bord Pleanála. The decision will see(...)

There is full planning permission in place to convert the monastery building  into 32 duplexes and apartments

A monastery building in Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6, with permission to be converted into 32 apartments is on the market at €3.5 million through Lisney. (...)

Hollywoodrath in Dublin 15 comprises 8.3 hectares

Irish property developer Archtree Developments has emerged as the purchaser of Marlet Property Group’s 20 acre (8.3 hectare) site at Hollywoodrath, Du(...)

Site of  a proposed housing development beside the Martello Tower, Howth, Co Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A major development planned for the seaside village of Howth in north Dublin has sparked concerns over plans to remove thousands of tonnes of sand fro(...)

Johnny Ronan: a firm linked to him sought €20 million for three strips of land. Mr Justice Robert Haughton ruled in March Marlet could buy two of them for €45,000.  Photograph:  Collins photos

A unit of Marlet Property Group has asked the High Court to have a liquidator appointed to carry out a “full independent investigation” into matters a(...)

An artist’s impression of the Cabinteely scheme.

A substantial 115-unit housing development in Cabinteely, Dublin 18, has been given the go ahead under the Government’s latest fast-track planning ini(...)

Hollywoodrath in Dublin 15 comprises 8.3 hectares

Pat Crean’s Marlet Property Group continues its sell-off of suburban development sites across the greater Dublin area which it amassed in recent years(...)

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