Mr Ronan

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Waterfront South Central site, Dublin. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Developer Johnny Ronan must not be granted permission for a 45-storey tower in Dublin’s docklands, city council planners have warned An Bord Pleanála.(...)

The Irish Glass Bottle site at Ringsend. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Developer Johnny Ronan and US investment firm Colony Capital submitted the top bid to Nama for a controlling stake in the former Irish Glass Bottle si(...)

Bewley’s Cafe on Grafton Street in Dublin. Staff at the cafe have been told it will close permanently. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The operator of Bewley’s cafe on Grafton Street decided to close the historic cafe after concluding that sales could be hit by 40-80 per cent under Co(...)

Johnny Ronan: apologises unreservedly for appearing to make light of coronavirus in a video. Photograph: Collins

Developer Johnny Ronan and former Olympian Philip Cassidy apologised on Wednesday after a video showing them joking in a South African bar about coron(...)

The dispute centres on whether Dublin City Council was wrong in its interpretation of guidelines about what the maximum height of new Ronan group-built office and residential buildings in the Dublin docklands should be

A company of developer Johnny Ronan has urged the Court of Appeal (CoA) to overturn a High Court decision rejecting the firm’s position over building (...)

Developer Johnny Ronan. An Bord Pleanála’s permission for his 13-storey tower in Dublin’s docklands remains open to a judicial review challenge for eight weeks. Photograph: Collins

An Bord Pleanála has again granted permission for developer Johnny Ronan’s 13-storey tower beside Salesforce’s Dublin docklands headquarters, just six(...)

Construction has already begun on  the development at Spencer Dock, but according to a statement from the  company it will now have to cease.

In the on-going multi-storey War of the Docklands, Dublin City Council has won the latest and possibly most significant battle yet. On his third atte(...)

Enfer rose to prominence in the early 1990s when it developed a test for BSE, or so-called Mad Cow Disease. Photograph: Ciara Wilkinson

Enfer Technology Unlimited Company, part of the Louis Ronan-controlled Enfer group, is facing legal action from the estate of co-founder, Dr Michael O(...)

The successful bidder for the Codling Bank project, which would see hundreds of wind turbines erected in the Irish Sea, would have to spend hundreds of millions delivering the wind farm. Photograph: iStock

Major players in the oil and gas sector, including Shell, have expressed an interest in the €100 million sale of a wind farm project jointly owned by (...)

The renewed interest in the Codling Bank project is said to be driven by the central place afforded to offshore wind farms in the State’s climate action plan

ESB is among the final bidders for a wind farm project off the Wicklow coast which could ultimately have a value of up to €2 billion, The Irish Times (...)

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