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First-round bids were lodged on May 11th for the Montrose site, with the second round of offers due on June 8th. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Some of Ireland’s biggest property developers from the pre-crash era have lodged bids for the prime land being sold by RTÉ at its Montrose complex in (...)

Cairn Homes would only be interested in developing apartments on the 8.64 acre RTÉ site, which estate agent Savills is selling at a guide price of €75 million.

The chief executive of Cairn Homes, the only publicly-quoted Irish housebuilder to float on the stock market in the last two decades, has confirmed th(...)

Cairn is expected to use the funds to help bid for a number of prime development sites in Dublin

Irish property group Cairn Homes said on Tuesday that it had successfully placed 33.7 million new ordinary shares with institutional investors, raisi(...)

 Michael Stanley, chief executive of Cairn Homes: he and fellow founding executive director Alan McIntosh received €14.2 million in stock and remuneration in 2016. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Cairn Homes’ two founding executive directors, Michael Stanley and Alan McIntosh, received €14.2 million in stock and remuneration in 2016, in the com(...)

Parkside off the Malahide Road in Dublin: Cairn Homes has doubled the rate it is building on this site

There is an”extraordinary imbalance” between office and residential construction in Dublin, Michael Stanley, chief executive of house builder Cairn Ho(...)

Parkside off the Malahide Road: Cairn Homes began development  in January 2015

London-listed Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes has teamed up with the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) to form a joint venture to build 71 homes (...)

Eamonn O’Kennedy: The chief financial officer of Ciarn Homes was previously in the same role at Independent News and Media. Photograph: Frank Miller

London-listed Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes has said its chief finance officer, Eamonn O’Kennedy, will leave the company in what analysts described a(...)

Punch Taverns, which loaded up on debt just as the recession hit and the smoking ban came into effect, hasn’t recorded a fiscal year of revenue growth since 2007. Photograph: Sean Dempsey/PA

Cairn Homes co-founder Alan McIntosh has waded into a takeover battle with beer giant Heineken for Punch Taverns, the UK pub group he help start in 19(...)

 Michael Stanley:  “Cairn occupies a strong position in a rapidly improving Irish housing market.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

New results from Cairn Homes has shown renewed interest in off-plan sales, a practice common in the Celtic Tiger property bubble. The house-builder(...)

The Churchfields development, built by Cairn Homes, in Ashbourne, Co Meath

The Cairn Homes-built Churchfields is a new development of A-rated houses in Ashbourne, Co Meath, which will consist of some 300 homes when complete. (...)

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