Paddy Mckillen

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Johnny Ronan has teamed up with Paddy McKillen and US and UK investment backers to develop a 1.7 acre site in Dublin 2. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien /The Irish Times

Contracts have been exchanged on the purchase of a €40.5 million 1.7-acre development site in Dublin by UK property developer Development Securitie(...)

Johnny Ronan: the developer has worked with  Paddy McKillen in the past

Property developers Paddy McKillen and Johnny Ronan have teamed up to re-enter Dublin’s office construction market backed by a multibillion America(...)

Belfast-born developer Paddy McKillen is expected to find out if he has been successful in acquiring his €300 million personal loan portfolio from the former Anglo Irish Bank

One of the great sagas of the bust reaches a defining moment in the next two days. Belfast-born developer Paddy McKillen is expected to find ou(...)

Nama has succeeded in 14 of the 15 completed cases that have been taken against the State agency. In a case involving property developer Paddy McKillen, Nama was “partially unsuccessful”.

The National Asset Management Agency has been successful in 89 of the 90 completed legal cases in which it has been involved since it was set up in D(...)

 Frank Daly (left) and Brendan McDonagh of Nama: none of the PAC members bothered to ask them who they believed was orchestrating the campaign against Nama to which they referred. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The allegation made by the National Asset Management Agency last week that it is the subject of a “carefully orchestrated operation” intended to “dama(...)

Irish property developer Paddy McKillen is believed to be the person who made a complaint to the Garda recently in relation to improper behaviour by officials

Irish property developer Paddy McKillen is believed to be the person who made a complaint to the Garda recently in relation to improper behaviour by o(...)

Paddy McKillen is also seeking to bring an new action in Dublin to force Mr Quinlan to sell his shares to him

Property developer Paddy McKillen has asked a UK court to let the Irish courts decide if he should sell his shares in three London luxury hotels to th(...)

A section of Roscommon-born artist Roderic O’Conor’s Red Rocks, Brittany, which has a top estimate of £120,000 – down from £250,000 in 2011.

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has slashed the prices of paintings handed over by “Celtic Tiger” financier Derek Quinlan in a second at(...)

I got a letter from IBRC on the planned sale of the mortgages under its control to qualified bidders, including banks, individuals, funds etc. The let(...)

An image of the original U2 Tower design. The new proposed building would have 18 storeys, half as many as the original project endorsed by the  rock band.

The National Asset Management Agency is seeking to resurrect a plan to build a residential property in Dublin known as the U2 Tower five years after t(...)

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