‘Cairn will submit a formal application in due course,’ the company said. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Proposals for 420 new homes face a potential delay after planners have told the builder, Cairn Homes, that it would be unlikely to get permission for (...)

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Shares in builder Cairn Homes fell yesterday despite a buy recommendation from Cantor Fitzgerald Ireland analyst Darren McKinley, who set a 12-month t(...)

Cairn owns 33 residential development sites with capacity for over 14,500 new homes. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes has agreed a joint venture with Nama with the aim of creating over 550 homes. In a stock market announcement, Cairn s(...)

Shares in Cairn rose 4.8 per cent on the trading update on Thursday. Photograph: iStock

Homebuilding company Cairn Homes said 2018 saw a strong performance for the company, with revenues and operating profit soaring as the number of new h(...)

Minister for Transport Shane Ross is looking for exemptions from the property tax.

The Sunday Business Post has reported by a long-awaited overhaul of property tax in the State has been delayed as Minister for Transport Shane Ross is(...)

Hardline Brexiteers Nigel Farage and Jacob Rees-Mogg: getting to grips with the details of exit. Photograph: Dan Kitwood

You can just imagine the scoffs from hardline Brexiteers such as Jacob Rees-Mogg and Boris Johnson when Greencore chief Patrick Coveney – brother to T(...)

The latest figures point to labour costs in the construction industry growing at an annual 5.4 per cent rate in the second quarter. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

It’s a decade to the week since boom-time developers Bernard McNamara and Ray Grehan took desperate measures as the property market was in freefall. (...)

Francesca McDonagh, group CEO of Bank of Ireland. Photograph: Joanne O’Brien

Bank of Ireland’s chief executive, Francesca McDonagh, has questioned the level of low-rise residential developments and urban sprawl in Dublin as the(...)

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley said residential development in Dublin “is not as viable and profitable – and it hasn’t been for the last number of years – as office building”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley has said there is “not a chance” of new house completions in Ireland bouncing to levels that meet demand b(...)

Eamonn O’Kennedy, a former finance director of Cairn Homes. Photograph: Frank Miller / The Irish Times

Eamonn O’Kennedy, a former finance director of listed Irish homebuilder Cairn Homes, is set to receive share options worth €830,000 based on Monday’s (...)

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