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Cherrywood, Co Dublin. The sale of development land to Lone Star is part of the original partners’ strategy to recycle cash committed to the project as opportunities arise. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

An affiliate of US private equity group Lone Star has completed the purchase of almost 118 acres of development land and parks in Cherrywood in south (...)

The master plan for TC3 at Cherrywood provides for a large office element extending to more than 800,000sq ft.

A property company linked to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council is to sell one of four large-scale sites on which the new Cherrywood town centre is(...)

Accenture is on the expansion trail, and will lease the first floor of Building 11 in Cherrywood

Global consultancy and technology giant Accenture is again on the expansion trail in Dublin, with plans for a fourth employment centre in the proposed(...)

CGI of Cherrywood, which has been granted strategic development zoning for the planned new town.

The US-based Hines group has entered into a joint venture with Dutch pension investor APG Asset Management to develop and retain a substantial number (...)

Cherrywood in south Dublin: The land bank could become a  new town centre

The largest developer in the new town of Cherrywood in south Dublin, is seeking more than €41 million from Dún Laoghaire Rathdown Council for 126 soci(...)

Cherrywood in south Dublin: The undeveloped land bank could become a brand new town centre

US property giant Hines has lodged a planning application to develop a visionary new town centre in Cherrywood in the south Dublin borough of Dún Laog(...)

Projects located mainly in Dublin and Cork but also in east coast and midland commuter counties have the potential to deliver 69,240 new homes. File photograph: Getty Images

Friday is the deadline by which 15 local authorities must submit their applications to central government for special infrastructure funding for 34 ho(...)

Minister for Housing Simon Coveney says 23,000 homes will be delivered on the newly-serviced sites over the next three years. Photograph: Getty Images

Local authorities are to spend €226 million on major infrastructure projects to make privately-owed sites ready for large housing developments. The G(...)

Medtroni’s Omar Ishrak: Ireland will inevitably be a higher-profile part of the group by virtue of its domicile in the country. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Ireland can expect further investment in the longer term under the merged Medtronic/Covidien medical device group, chairman and chief executive Omar I(...)

Map of the €280m site at Cherrywood

Building apartments and houses is the “immediate priority” for a multibillion euro global property group that bought a 400-acre site in Cherrywood, So(...)

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