Tom Mcfeely

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Bankrupt developer  Tom McFeely faced two charges of breaching a protection order. He was found guilty of breaching one of them

The bankrupt Priory Hall developer and former IRA hunger striker Tom McFeely has been bound over to keep the peace arising out of a dispute at an addr(...)

A file photograph from August showing Priory Hall under demolition and reconstruction. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Dublin city councillors have approved sales of “New Priory” apartments amounting to more than €7 million, allowing new owners to move into their homes(...)

The old Priory Hall development in north Dublin, the notorious fire-trap complex built in 2007 by former IRA hunger striker Tom McFeely. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Sales of “New Priory” apartments must be approved by Dublin city councillors on Monday if the new owners are to be in their homes by Christmas, counc(...)

The Priory Hall complex pictured last August: the council this year refurbished the first 60 apartments. Photograph: Alan Betson

The cost of the redevelopment of Priory Hall, the notorious fire-trap apartment complex in north Dublin, is expected to exceed €36 million, €26 millio(...)

Before the revamp: the apartments at Priory Hall, Donaghmede. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

The first 43 apartments put up for sale in the revamped Priory Hall complex in north Dublin have all been sold in a matter of days, realising more th(...)

 The former Priory Hall complex under demolition and reconstruction in north Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Newly-reconstructed apartments in the former Priory Hall complex in north Dublin are to be marketed for sale from the end of next month under the esta(...)

  Former minister for communications Alex White  and Eir chief executive Richard Moat:  Eir will this week meet “senior Government officials” over its row with wholesale broadband customers.  Photograph: Eric Luke

McFeely claims UK welfare Tom McFeely, the bankrupt property developer and former IRA hunger striker, says he survives on welfare from the British s(...)

The Longboat Quay apartment complex in Dublin’s docklands, built by Bernard McNamara. Residents  face a possible evacuation or a  bill of €4 million for fire safety works in the building. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

When the shiny new development went up on the banks of the Liffey a decade ago, its name seemed an appropriate nod to Dublin’s rich Viking past. But (...)

Last year 11,016 housing units were built in Ireland, a lower figure than in the year records began, 1970, when 13,887 houses were built. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire.

Residential construction reached its nosebleed-inducing height in 2006, when 93,419 houses and apartments were built across the State. It plummeted to(...)

Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly: has ordered a review of the building regulations because of what he said were “outlandish charges” being sought for inspections required under the new system. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Builders of one-off houses could be allowed to opt out of a compulsory certification system introduced last year to protect homeowners from buying def(...)

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