The Office of the Planning Regulator has issued binding recommendations to Fingal council to tackle ‘clear breaches’ of legislation in a draft plan. File photograph: Christof Stache/AFP via Getty Images

Nama has clashed with Fingal County Council over the future of lands in northwest Dublin that have space for up to 7,000 new homes. The State-owned (...)

New York-based Cerberus was one of the biggest buyers of Irish property debts as the Republic and its banks grappled with the long-term consequences of a 2008 crash. Photograph: iStock

Companies owned by investment fund Cerberus collected more than €113 million last year on boom-era loans bought from Irish banks and the State followi(...)

Cooldrinagh, Kerrymount Avenue, Foxrock, Dublin 18

All That Fall, the radio play by Irish novelist, theatre director and poet Samuel Beckett was also called Lovely Day for the Races. It was set in the (...)

 Johnny Ronan-led consortium Pembroke Beach DAC includes Nama and Oaktree Capital. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A Johnny Ronan-led consortium is to lodge plans in the coming days to Dublin City Council for 516 apartments at the former Irish Glass Bottle site at (...)

Aviva and Zurich have hit out at proposals to establish a rescue fund for bust insurers or make industry players set aside more capital

Two of the leading overseas-owned general insurers in the Irish market, Aviva and Zurich, have hit out at proposals to establish a rescue fund for bu(...)

Blackpool Shopping Centre in Cork was sold to US investor Varde Partners in 2014 for €116 million.

Creditors recently appointed accountant Aidan Heffernan of Hitchmough Kinnear and Company as liquidator of Blackpool Developments, a property firm par(...)

Blackpool Shopping Centre in Cork was sold to US investor Varde Partners in 2014 for €116 million

Blackpool Developments Ltd, a property firm part-owned by businessmen Clayton and Neil Love, faces liquidation at a creditors’ meeting next week. Th(...)

A computer-generated image of housing units set to be developed by Quintain Ireland at its €250 million Cherrywood Village development in south Dublin

Property developer Quintain Ireland has received planning permission from for 488 new apartments and duplexes, with a gross development value of more (...)

A dramatic increase in the number of pensioners will leave a €13bn hole in the public finances, the Department of Finance has warned

Ageing population The Department of Finance has warned of a potential €13 billion hole in the public finances by 2030, according to a submission by i(...)

Irish property developers (from left) Tony Fitzpatrick, Paddy Shovlin and Patrick Fitzpatrick. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Three well known Irish property developers who owed millions of euro to Nama managed to retain ownership of development land in Poland after going ban(...)

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