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Walford, the property on Shrewsbury Road once owned by members of Sean Dunne’s family, which is the subject of investgation by his bankruptcy trustee.

A bankruptcy official pursuing dealings over a Dublin 4 house once bought by businessman Seán Dunne will have to allow a company to inspect some docum(...)

CGI image of the proposed development of Walford as a luxury residence

A trust associated with businessman Dermot Desmond has sought planning permission to demolish Walford on Shrewsbury Road, the most expensive house eve(...)

Seán  Dunne’s Irish bankruptcy was due to expire in July 2016 but has been extended pending the outcome of the hearing to decide if any extension, which can be for a maximum five years, should be granted. Photograph: Collins Courts

Businessman Seán Dunne “misled” his Irish bankruptcy official and was “as obstructive as he could possibly be” in response to questions about dealings(...)

Under cross-examination, Séan Dunne accepted he had dealt with assets belonging to his wife based in the UK, the US and South Africa, but not in the Republic. Photograph: Collins Courts

Businessman Seán Dunne has told the High Court he has never been the owner of, and has “zero interest” in, a Dublin 4 property purchased in July 2005 (...)

Businessman Dermot Desmond and members of his family are suing the Insolvency Service of Ireland and Sean Dunne’s Irish bankruptcy trustee over alleged leaking of confidential material to a newspaper concerning an agreement to buy a Dublin 4 property owned by Mr Dunne. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Businessman Dermot Desmond and members of his family are suing the Insolvency Service of Ireland and Sean Dunne’s Irish bankruptcy trustee over allege(...)

Gayle Killilea has said she is judicially separated from her bankrupt developer husband, Seán Dunne. Photograph: Collins Courts

Gayle Killilea’s attempt to win orders allowing her lawyers to cross-examine the official administering the bankruptcy of her estranged husband, devel(...)

Walford in Shrewsbury Road, Dublin, was bought for €58 million in 2005 by now-bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne (above), and its ownership is being investigated by the Official Assignee, Chris Lehane. Photograph: Steve Miller

A trust associated with businessman Dermot Desmond is to take legal proceedings over a house on Dublin’s Shrewsbury Road, the Commercial Court has be(...)

Walford, on Shrewsbury Road, Dublin: Seán Dunne bought it for €57.95m in 2005

The State official in charge of bankrupts’ assets, Chris Lehane, has expressed “considerable concern” about a letter being missing from a solicitor’s (...)

Fintragh, 11 Shrewsbury Road: an eight-bedroom property with a pool and tennis court is on the market for €10.5 million

Jump to the latest house for sale: Fintragh, 11 Shrewsbury Road ______________ For one small road of just 30 houses, Shrewsbury Road in the h(...)

2 Shrewsbury Road: planning application lodged to extend the existing 604sq m (6,500sq ft) house to 1,951sq m (21,000sq ft).

For the mystery buyers of 2 Shrewsbury Road, it seems a house just can’t be big enough. In September, a planning application was lodged to nearly tri(...)

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