Michael Bailey

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Charlestown Shopping Centre in north Dublin has the benefit of a current grant of planning permission for 247 apartments on adjoining land.

Businessman Eamon Watters, owner of Panda Waste, one of Ireland’s largest waste collection and recycling companies, has acquired a substantial stake i(...)

Glenveagh Properties’ chairman John Mulcahy. Glenveagh has spent €404 million buying sites for residential building. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Bovale, the Irish builder founded by brothers Tom and Michael Bailey, is selling a site to quoted residential developer Glenveagh Properties in a deal(...)

Charlestown Shopping Centre, in Dublin 11: €75 million extension planned

Some 10 years after it opened for business, the owners of Charlestown Shopping Centre, on the northside of Finglas, Dublin 11, are to seek planning pe(...)

File photograph of Mr Ray Burke arriving at the Flood Tribunal in Dublin Castle in 2001. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Developer Michael Bailey has called for an independent investigation of the planning tribunal after it was forced to drop findings it made against hi(...)

The final 15 houses in the first development by Michael Bailey’s Bovale Developments since the 2008 crash go on sale this weekend. The complete(...)

 Mr Justice Feargus  Flood, first chairman  of the  planning tribunal. In 2002, ordinary citizens queued around the block when  Mr Justice  Flood published his damning report on the payments made to former Fianna Fáil minister Ray Burke. Photograph: Alan Betson

The planning tribunal, in its heyday, was box office. For years, nightly news led with the latest from Dublin Castle, where the public gallery was reg(...)

The former assistant city and county manager for Dublin,  George Redmond: In the High Court, the planning tribunal agreed to withdraw the original report, published in 2004, and to remove all adverse findings in it about  him. It also agreed to pay his legal costs.  Photograph:  Collins Courts

The planning tribunal has published a revised version of its report on George Redmond, from which all conclusions and adverse findings against the fo(...)

Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford: Producing rents of €3.46 million

Nama is due to confirm this week that it has secured €217 million for 761 Dublin apartments – €57 million more than the guide price.The unexpectedly (...)

Richard Mockler:  disqualified as a director  for five years.

Just nine directors in Ireland were disqualified last year. On Thursday Richard Mockler and his wife and fellow director Janette joined this year’s el(...)

Beacon South Quarter in Sandyford, Dublin 18: currently producing rents of €3.46 million from 217 modern apartments (out of a total of 850) , four commercial units extending to 2,394sq m (25,576sq ft) and 234 basement car parking spaces.

In the largest sale yet of Dublin apartments, the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is to seek buyers for 761 homes, that are all rented, in fo(...)

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