Minister for Tourism and Culture  Catherine Martin said the density and height of proposed development were in excess of what is permitted in the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown development plan. File photograph: Gareth Chaney

Two Government Ministers are supporting locals’ objections to plans for a 698-bed student accommodation development across eight blocks in Goatstown (...)

Pat Kenny and his wife lodged an objection to the application for a nursing home by Bartra. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Broadcaster Pat Kenny has been successful in his opposition against plans for a five-storey 104-bedroom nursing home on a site beside his home in Dalk(...)

Architect’s image of a kitchen designed to serve 13 rooms in Bartra Capital’s co-living scheme in Rathmines.

Property firm Bartra Capital Property has refused to increase the size of bedrooms in its planned €25 million shared co-living scheme for a site (...)

A computer-generated image of Bartra’s planned development at Castleknock in Dublin

Bartra Capital is to spend €130 million constructing the four co-living sites it has planned for Dublin. The Richard Barrett-led property group confi(...)