Liam Carroll in 2002: Dubbed the “shoebox king” because of his delivery early on of thousands of one-bedroom apartments, he later upped the quality of his  offering considerably.

Former property developer Liam Carroll has died. One of Ireland’s most prolific and successful builders in the lead-up to and during the Celtic Tiger (...)

Dublin City Council is building 56 social homes on the dilapidated O’Devaney Gardens site in Dublin 7. Bartra Capital has been chosen to build another 768 houses and apartments. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A decision on the regeneration of O’Devaney Gardens by Bartra Capital has been delayed by Dublin city councillors following warnings from Minister for(...)

The Irish Glass Bottle site at Ringsend. Once the land is developed, Nama will receive 20 per cent of the profits of any sales, in addition to the up-front cash from the sale of the 80% shareholding. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A minimum price of €125 million has been set for an 80 per cent stake in the former Irish Glass Bottle site in Ringsend, which sold for more than €400(...)

The former glass bottle site on the Poolbeg peninsula. Developers are obliged to set aside 350 apartments for social housing.

The first application for the long awaited redevelopment of the former Irish Glass Bottle site in Ringsend, which has been designated up to 3,500 home(...)

Bryanstown: Coreet wants to build 94 houses and 156 apartments in Drogheda, Co Louth

A company with links to the developer Bernard McNamara has submitted an application to build 250 homes at Bryanstown in Drogheda. Coreet, a special-p(...)

McNamara development: how the proposed complex, on the site of the Swiss Cottage pub on Swords Road in Santry, in north Co Dublin, would look

A company with links to the boom-time developer Bernard McNamara has submitted an application under the fast-track planning process for a €41 million (...)

 Lord Mayor of Dublin Nial Ring and  Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy  at the redevelopment announcement. Photograph:  Gareth Chaney Collins

Bizarre scenes in Inchicore, where a senior Fine Gael Minister was set upon by one of his junior colleagues, only to have parties of the left leap to (...)

 Residents join Eoghan Murphy, Minister for Housing, Paschal Donohoe, Minister for Finance, and Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor Nial Ring as they turn the sod on the first phase of the regeneration of O’Devaney Gardens.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The official sod-turning on the redevelopment of O’Devaney Gardens was attended by large numbers of politicians, journalists and city council official(...)

O’Devaney Gardens: the 1950s flat complex, close to the Phoenix Park in Dublin 7. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The regeneration of the O’Devaney Gardens flat complex that was scrapped 10 years ago will begin this week. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is expected to tur(...)

The assessment by Dublin City Council’s housing department that it would be too risky to use PPPs to rebuild its 6,400 outmoded flats runs contrary to Government policy. Photograph: Getty Images

Dublin City Council would be left exposed to “another Carillion-type collapse” if it uses Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) to regenerate dilapidated(...)

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