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The proposed Augustine Hill development in Galway: Plans for the €320 million redevelopment of an eight-acre site beside Ceannt Station in the city have been put on hold.  Image: Edward Group

Galway “is not Monte Carlo”, a heritage watchdog has warned in an appeal against a 21-storey tower for the city as part of one of Ireland’s largest ur(...)

Chinese investors are paying €1 million each to social housing schemes planned by developer Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital, in return for the right to live in the Republic under a Government cash for residency programme.

Chinese investors are paying €1 million each to social housing schemes planned by developer Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital, in return for the right (...)

Augustine Hill is a joint development between CIÉ, which owns the land, Edward Capital, a development firm run by Galway developer Gerry Barrett, and UK real estate investment firm Summix Capital. Image: Edward Group

The promoters of a €320 million mixed use, urban regeneration development in Galway city centre, which includes plans for a 21-storey tower, have been(...)

Gerry Barrett is seeking the public’s view on a proposed new urban quarter at Ceannt station off   Eyre Square (pictured) in Galway,   at an estimated cost of about €450 million.

Developer Gerry Barrett, whose fortunes changed dramatically in the 2008 economic crash, is seeking the Galway public’s view on a new urban quarter ea(...)

The new Government scheme will allow investors to pay for the construction of social homes that can be leased to councils, which can in turn rent them to tenants. Photograph: iStock

The Richard Barrett-backed Bartra Capital Property could offer to build up to 400 social dwellings under a new Government scheme, its chief executive(...)

Britain’s chancellor of the exchequer Phillip Hammond with his budget at 11 Downing Street in London. Photograph: Neil Hall/EPA

Ireland has suffered its fair share of misfortunes in the aftermath of Brexit. While a number of financial institutions have snubbed Dublin for the al(...)

 Richard Barrett: he predicted  the housing crisis could drive large numbers of people to support extremist politics

The State lost out on a potential €100 million to build social housing offered to developer Richard Barrett’s new business because the Government had (...)

Developer Gerry Barrett: employees at his hotels, cinema and retail park stand to keep their jobs under a rescue plan involving new investor Waltzfire.

All 330 workers in developer Gerry Barrett’s hotels, cinema and retail park stand to keep their jobs under a rescue plan involving a new investor, Wal(...)

Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan: “I felt at the time that we did not have sufficient information.” Photograph; Dara Mac Donaill

Name: Nóirín O’Sullivan Role: Garda Commissioner “As accounting officer, I take my statutory responsibility for how An Garda Síochána spends taxpaye(...)

Impression of the planned complex overlooking Galway Docks

Overseas companies planning to relocate to Ireland as a result of Brexit are likely to have the choice of moving to Galway as well as Dublin. A new p(...)

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