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Cairn is in the early stages of an ambitious residential building programme in Ireland

Three senior executives of listed Irish property group Cairn Homes have converted so-called founder shares into ordinary stock in the company in a mov(...)

Moocall’s chief executive Emmet Savage with  John Larkin, head of technology and marketing. ‘In our first 18 months in business we sold 13,000 units in 30 countries,’ says Savage. Photograph: Conor McCabe

When Dr Michael Smurfit describes a company as the best business he has encountered in 25 years it’s time to sit up and take notice. When that busine(...)

The 5.16-acre Rehab campus in Sandymount

The prospects for an upmarket housing and apartment development on the Rehab Group’s Roslyn Park site in Sandymount, Dublin 4, now seems unlikely with(...)

Potential homes: Cairn recently paid Ulster Bank €378 million to buy €1.75 billion in property loans, known as Project Clear, with the aim of taking over the development sites that the debts were secured against. Photograph: Getty

Listed house builder Cairn Homes expects to have taken control of most the properties whose debts it bought for €378 million from Ulster Bank by the (...)

Carirn continues to scale its housebuilding operations towards its objective of delivering about 1,000-1,200 homes per year by 2019.

Barry O’Halloran and Fiona Reddan Cairn Homes will be building on up to eight sites by early next year, according to its chief executive, Michael Sta(...)

Cairn said the six Dublin sites acquired amount to 164.5 acres of land. Image: Thinkstock

Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes has paid €105.6 million for Argentum Property, which holds six development sites in Dublin. Argentum’s assets include(...)

With first-time buyers crying out for new homes, it could be argued that Cairn is perfectly positioned to cash in on this pent-up demand over the next decade

Early yesterday morning some 157.6 million new ordinary shares were admitted to trading on the London Stock Exchange in connection with Irish housebui(...)

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley:  “We are still in the market for the right sites at the right price.”

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley has told The Irish Times that the Irish housebuilder was open to acquiring more sites for residential hou(...)

Paul Mulvaney, executive director of innovation at ESB, said the investment would result in a “two-way knowledge transfer” between the power company and Endeco. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

ESB is investing €3.3 million in Endeco Technologies, an Irish company that helps large, industrialised energy users reduce their power consumption. (...)

The proceeds from the Cairn offering would be used to finance the completion of the acquisition of some or all of its pipeline sites. Photograph: PA

London-listed Irish property group Cairn Homes plans to raise €167.4 million net of expenses in a share placing and open offer that will be subject to(...)

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