Developer Johnny Ronan’s company Spencer Place Development Company has already lodged an appeal on the substantive issue with the Court of Appeal. Photograph: Tony Gavin

The High Court has ordered a company owned by developer Johnny Ronan to pay the legal costs of Dublin City Council over its failed challenge to the lo(...)

An impression of Salesforce Tower located beside the Central Bank’s docklands headquarters in Dublin

Developer Johnny Ronan’s bid to increase the height of Salesforce’s new European headquarters at Spencer Dock has been rejected for a second time by D(...)

An impression of Salesforce Tower located beside  the Central Bank’s Docklands headquarters in Dublin.

Developer Johnny Ronan is looking again to add floors to an office development at Spencer Dock that is due to be occupied by Salesforce, having previo(...)

Impression of Salesforce tower – to the immediate left of the Central Bank’s docklands headquarters.

Despite intensive lobbying in recent months, developer Johnny Ronan can expect his hopes of increasing the height of his so-called Salesforce tower an(...)

The advert, which ran in the Times Ireland this week, is an almost exact replica of an image used in a letter sent by property developer Johnny Ronan to the Minister for Housing

Anonymous newspaper advertisements calling for an increase in building height limits for Dublin were paid for by a company linked to property develope(...)

A computer generated impression of Salesforce Tower – to the immediate left of the Central Bank’s docklands headquarters.

Dublin City Council has deferred until the end of May a decision on Johnny Ronan’s plan for additional floors on his Salesforce Tower development in D(...)