Gerry Barrett

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The Department of Justice said it had yet to be formally notified of any moves to convert Hatch Hall into a hotel. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Dublin’s Hatch Hall, currently in use as a direct provision centre, is to become a five-star hotel with the company behind Ashford Castle set to make (...)

CGI of planned complex overlooking Galway docks. The Bonham Quay development got the go-ahead from An Bord Pleanála last September

Construction work on a landmark office complex at Galway city’s docks is to start in March after funding arrangements for the project have been final(...)

The site of CIÉ’s proposed Ceannt Quarter in Galway city centre.

When Jacques-Louis de Bougrenet de la Tocnaye strolled into Galway in the late 1790s with his swordstick slung over his shoulder, the Frenchman was st(...)

CGI of planned complex overlooking Galway docks

Overseas companies considering relocating to Ireland as a result of Brexit will shortly have the choice of moving to Galway as well as Dublin. An Bor(...)

The Ceannt railway station in Galway city centre

Property developer Gerry Barrett has been awarded the contract to develop a key site of 8.2 acres beside Ceannt Railway Station in Galway city centre.(...)

Ashford Castle sits on 365 acres overlooking Lough Corrib. Photograph: Keith Heneghan/Phocus

As I pull up at the door of Ashford Castle and eyeball the beaming man in the racing green top hat and tails making his way towards my car, I marvel a(...)

Galway’s G Hotel is set for a refurbishment.

Irish hotel group Choice Hotels said on Tuesday that it has agreed a management contract with the owners of two Galway hotels, including the five sta(...)

The Regency (now the Bonnington Hotel Dublin) is one of a  number of high-profile companies that used the process as a corporate recovery mechanism last year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Some 957 jobs were saved through the examinership mechanism in 2017, with 22 companies successfully emerging from the process, a review by accounting (...)

Developer Gerry Barrett. The High Court approved a survival scheme for seven companies controlled by Galway businessman.

The High Court has approved a survival scheme for seven companies formerly controlled by Galway businessman Gerry Barrett and employing 330 people. Un(...)

The companies, controlled by developer Gerry Barrett, above, are opposing the proposed schemes of arrangement.

The High Court has been asked to approve survival schemes for seven companies controlled by Galway businessman Gerry Barrett and employing more than 3(...)

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