David Carson

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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(...)

John Donnelly: ‘He’d test you and you very much had to past that test’

Heroism, eclectic diversity of interests, deep spirituality and chartered accountancy are not usually found in each other’s company, but in the one-of(...)

Brexit: The uncertainty just rolls on . . . and on. Photograph: PA Wire

For the Irish economy and businesses, the imminent threat of a no-deal Brexit has been taken off the table. The UK will not crash out without a deal o(...)

The deal for the Infinity Building underlines the strength of demand for good quality office investments outside the central business district

A Norwegian investor who paid €28.65 million in April 2015 for an office block in Smithfield, Dublin 7, has sold the property in an off-market transac(...)

A protest in 2016 at the Irish Glass Bottle site at Poolbeg  calling for affordable housing. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A deal on the provision of 900 social and affordable homes on the former Glass Bottle Company site at Poolbeg is close to agreement, Dublin City Counc(...)

Dublin City Council knew more than a decade ago that it was going to have to do something about the volumes of traffic coming through College Green. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The College Green Plaza project has been dogged by rows, errors and delays in the years since it was first proposed. The wearying march towards the P(...)

The apartments were substantially upgraded by David Carson, receiver of Jarmar Properties Limited, prior to the sale

One of the last remaining large-scale Dublin city centre apartment developments offered for sale in a single lot by the National Asset Management Agen(...)

At Brexit equine forum: Tom McGuirk (chair), David Carson,  Alan Fahey  and John Melville. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Britain’s exit from the European Union poses a “formidable” challenge to the equine industry and could potentially result in multiple border checkpoi(...)

Deloitte’s Brexit Lead Partner David Carson: ‘Irish businesses now see Brexit as an opportunity’. Photograph: Deloitte

One year on and Brexit still features prominently in a period of unprecedented change. Or so it seems. However, we need to be constantly reminded that(...)

Dr Paul Carson with his son, David

Hay fever is a miserable affliction affecting almost a quarter of the world’s population. It wreaks havoc from the end of March to the end of August b(...)

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