A  public rally at the Player Wills site last January called on the Government to issue a compulsory purchase order and utilise the site for public housing. Photograph: Alan Betson

Property group Hines and Dublin City Council could build up to 1,400 homes on one of the few available plots of development land close to the capital’(...)

Shaw develops accredited online courses such as photography, nutrition, marketing and technology. Photograph: iStock

A Dublin-based low-cost higher education provider will successfully exit examinership today having secured more than €7 million in new investment. Sh(...)

Conor Reddy from Take Back The City and  Tina MacVeigh speak at a  rally at the Player Wills site on the South Circular Road in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

People Before Profit has called for the State to build public housing on the Player Wills site, and acquire the south Dublin property via a compulsory(...)

Mr Justice Denis McDonald said he was satisfied to appoint insolvency practitioner Stephen Tennant of Grant Thornton as interim examiner to the group. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The High Court has appointed an interim examiner to a group of companies that provides 70 online education courses to more than 4.5 million students g(...)

The disused Player Wills factory site on South Circular Road,  Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Planners have rejected an appeal challenging Dublin City Council’s decision to class a prime development site as vacant, leaving State assets agency N(...)

Former Player Wills tobacco factory site on South Circular Road, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The original developer of a prime Dublin site with room for hundreds of new homes is close to taking back control of the property from State agency Na(...)

An artist’s impression of Cherrywood town centre.

US investment firms Hines and King Street Capital, who acquired a 412-acre site in Cherrywood in south Dublin four years ago for €240 million, are pr(...)

An OpenHydro open-centre turbine in Orkney, Scotland

The High Court has appointed an interim examiner to the OpenHydro group which specialises in developing turbines that generate electricity from tidal (...)

Point Village Development and businessman Harry Crosbie (above) agreed with Dunnes it would develop a shopping centre.

Dunnes Stores has breached an agreement by taking “no steps whatsoever” to start the fit out of its proposed Point Village store in Dublin, the Commer(...)

An OpenHydro turbine in Orkney in Scotland. During 2017 the group, with operations in Ireland, Scotland, Canada and Japan, sustained about €160 million in losses

International network Ocean Energy Europe has expressed disappointment at the liquidation of Irish tidal energy company OpenHydro by its French parent(...)

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