Dublin Docklands Development Authority Building on Sir John Rogersons Quay. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

The Acting CEO of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA), Eileen Quinlivan is appearing before the Public Accounts  this morning to(...)

In July, the Federal Trade Commission warned that the takeover of Veralliato by Ardagh could result in US consumers paying higher prices for beers and spirits.

Packaging group Ardagh has to repay the $1.4 billion raised to pay for its proposed purchase of US rival Verallia having missed a deadline for appr(...)

The former Dublin Docklands Development Authority chief executive , Paul Maloney, made it very clear he had waited years to have his say, and now wanted to say it.

When he appeared before the Dáil Public Accounts Committee on Thursday, the former chief executive of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority, Paul(...)

Niamh Brennan, the former chairwoman of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority, is due to attend before the Dáil Committee on Public Accounts to give evidence to its inquiry

The former chief executive of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) strongly criticised the authority’s former chairwoman, Niamh Brennan, (...)

The former Irish Glass Bottle Company site, at Ringsend, Co. Dublin. The former chief executive of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority, Paul Maloney, appeared before the Public Accounts Committee to explain his role in the purchase of the site. (Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times)

The former chief executive of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) has strongly criticised the authority’s former chairwoman, Niamh Brenn(...)

Neville Isdell: “I had thought about buying something in my homeland, but this wasn’t an emotional decision. Now is the right time to buy in Ireland.” Photograph: Eric Luke

Neville Isdell, the former chairman and chief executive of Coca-Cola and the owner of the CHQ building in Dublin, leans on his walking stick, looks le(...)

The car park below Grand Canal Square in Dublin’s docklands will provide an immediate income return of 4.48 per cent

A 150-space car park underneath Grand Canal Square in Dublin’s Docklands has been sold to a UK investment fund for €4.8 million – €1,550,000 or 48 per(...)

Fine Gael  Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan at a news conference relating to the Dublin Docklands Development Authority in 2010. Yesterday he deferred the dissolution of the authority which was due to take place next week. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The dissolution of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority, due to take place next week, has been deferred by Minister for the Environment Phil Hog(...)

Part of Dublin’s north docklands. “Dublin City Council recently approved the SDZ scheme, the friendly-sounding ‘strategic development zone’ plan for the docklands . . . If the SDZ scheme is totally approved, the council would have the power to approve planning decisions that couldn’t be appealed to An Bord Pleanála.” Photograph: David Sleator

Twenty-four years and two days ago, on November 9th, 1989, the Berlin Wall fell. It would be a while before it was physically destroyed, but that day,(...)

Montevetro building on Barrow Street, Dublin’s tallest commercial building.  The docklands strategic development zone will give council planners the power to make decisions that could not be appealed to An Bord Pleanála, including the power to grant permission for structures 50 per cent higher than Dublin’s current tallest building. Photograph: Treasury Holdings

A fast-track planning scheme which would allow buildings up to 22 storeys high in Dublin’s docklands has been approved by Dublin City Council. The doc(...)

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