Paddy Mckillen

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Developers Paddy McKillen jnr and Matt Ryan’s Oakmount company plans to build a 155-bedroom hotel

Developers Paddy McKillen jnr and Matt Ryan’s Oakmount company plans to build a 155-bedroom hotel and leisure complex on a historic site in Birmingham(...)

The boys are accused of carrying out burglaries at locations including Claridge’s hotel in Mayfair, the Four Seasons in Park Lane, the Corinthia hotel in Whitehall and the BBC Television Centre complex in White City, including at the offices of retailer the White Company.

A 12-year-old boy has denied carrying out a 10-month burglary spree at prestigious hotels in London and the BBC Television Centre complex, a court hea(...)

McKillen Corporation said it intends to continue “making wonderful chocolate” at Skellig Chocolates in Co Kerry.

A company linked to property developer Paddy McKillen and his family has bought Kerry confectionery maker and cafe business, Skelligs Chocolate from D(...)

Many so-called ‘zombie’ businesses are being kept alive on State Covid supports, according to a new report

Insolvencies down due to Covid supports Many so-called “zombie” businesses that otherwise would have gone bust are being kept alive on State Covid su(...)

Magheramore Beach is a secluded cove north of Brittas Bay, Co Wicklow. Photograph: Eric Luke

Developer Paddy McKillen jnr’s Oakmount has acquired the clifftop lands and access route to Magheramore Beach in Co Wicklow. While the sale of the 2(...)

Private residential construction accounts for a significant share of the 60 per cent of building industry now shut under Level 5 restrictions. Photograph: iStock

Covid-19 curbs could cut new homebuilding this year to just 16,000, less than half the 34,000 needed annually to tackle the housing crisis, experts wa(...)

Forty One Leeson Street Lower has been sensitively restored by Paddy McKillen jnr and Matt Ryan’s Oakmount

Developer Paddy McKillen’s Oakmount will be hoping to capitalise on the appetite of employers for a post-pandemic return to the workplace with a new o(...)

A boarded up pub in Dublin’s city centre in March. The hospitality sector says it needs more financial support from the State if they are to survive an extended lockdown in the new year.   Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

As ministers prepare to announce fresh anti-virus restrictions for the hospitality sector, representatives of the industry say they will accept a long(...)

The Sorting Office scheme in Dublin’s ‘Silicon Docks’ where Google abandoned plans to rent the offices. Photograph:  Leah Farrell/

On the waterside at Hanover Quay in Dublin, surrounded by the mountains of glass and steel of the area informally known as Silicon Docks, U2’s dilapid(...)

The Henry Street entrance to Jervis shopping centre in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

Jervis Shopping Centre in Dublin has turned up the heat on several of its high-profile tenants in pandemic-related rental disputes by issuing legal wr(...)

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