The cash will be used to fund the development of 386 apartments at the final two of six blocks the Cosgraves are building on the site of the former golf club in Dún Laoghaire. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has agreed to lend about €15 million to Cosgrave Developments to build out the last tranche of a massive h(...)

The new scheme for 1,800 houses near Bray is one of the largest proposed residential schemes south of Dublin. Photograph: David Sleator

Cosgrave Property Group is limbering up for court action to overturn planners’ refusal to sanction the first phase of a massive housing scheme near Br(...)

Ask the builder if there is enough space in the roof for an attic conversion. Photograph: Getty

After all the hassle it takes to get the money to buy a new house – will you get the house you want? Will you get an interior you like in a house yo(...)

The first 25 houses in a large new housing development on the site of the old Dún Laoghaire golf club go on sale this weekend. The three-storey four/(...)

Ulster Bank has argued that the claims of the  Cosgrave  brothers are  unsustainable and contended nine of the disputed instruments were entered into more than six years ago, with the effect the legal time period within which they could be challenged had elapsed.

Three brothers of the Cosgrave Property Group and one of their companies are claiming more than €250 million damages from Ulster Bank over alleged (...)