Tom Bailey

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Charlestown Shopping Centre in north Dublin has the benefit of a current grant of planning permission for 247 apartments on adjoining land.

Businessman Eamon Watters, owner of Panda Waste, one of Ireland’s largest waste collection and recycling companies, has acquired a substantial stake i(...)

Dunluce, Anglesea Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

A development of upscale apartments hidden away down a driveway on Anglesea Road in Ballsbridge has views of Herbert Park, the River Dodder, Merrion c(...)

Mr Justice Alan Mahon: has long since returned to spending most of his time in the courts. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill .

On the lines of the old football cliché, the planning tribunal was a game of two halves. The first, the years from 1997 to 2002, covered its start-u(...)

Two bedroom apartments at 87sqm, are dual aspect and have generous balconies with hardwood decking and glass balustrades.

Dunluce has finally arrived on the market after it was originally planned in 2007. The prime one-acre site off Anglesea Road in Ballsbridge was purcha(...)

Former FF minister for justice Ray Burke arriving at the Mahon Tribunal in Dublin Castle in November 2006. Photograph: The Irish Times

The planning tribunal says it is reviewing its landmark 2002 report that made corruption findings against former Fianna Fáil minister Ray Burke and hi(...)

The Charlestown shopping centre is off the M50 at Finglas in north Dublin

A new nine-screen cinema complex and a Leisureplex facility opens for business tomorrow at Charlestown shopping centre off the M50 at Finglas in north(...)

Michael and Tom Bailey of Bovale Developments. File photograph: Alan Betson

Irish property developer Bovale Developments, founded by brothers Michael and Tom Bailey, remains in talks with the National Asset Management Agency (...)

The food outlets beside Charlestown Shopping Centre in Dublin 11 are occupied by McDonald’s and KFC

An Irish investor based overseas is to pay just over €4 million for two drive-through restaurants beside Charlestown Shopping Centre in Dublin 11. The(...)

Yesterday, in the High Court, Ms Justice Mary Finlay Geoghegan  characterised what they had been up to as fraud and “particularly serious” misconduct

Ireland’s bust, as Alice from Alice in Wonderland might say, just gets “curiouser and curiouser.”Michael and Tom Bailey, of Bovale Developments, made (...)

The brothers, Michael and Thomas, did not dispute evidence presented by the director of corporate enforcement The brothers, Michael and Thomas, did not dispute evidence presented by the director of corporate enforcement

Builders Michael and Thomas Bailey have been disqualified from acting as company directors for seven years after the High Court yesterday found the(...)

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