Tom Mcfeely

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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(...)

 David Duffy: lopped €1.2 million off the asking price.  Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

It emerged this week that the brakes are pressing down on the housing market again, with property website Daft.ie reporting that asking prices dipped (...)

Work has started in recent weeks on the reconstruction of Priory Hall. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The redevelopment of the Priory Hall apartment complex in north Dublin will cost about €27 million, almost €17 million more than had been estimated(...)

Developer Larry O’Mahony  was involved in the disastrous Priory Hall apartment scheme

  The former Shrewsbury Road home of developer Larry O’Mahony has been put on the market today with an asking price of €6 million. O’Mahon(...)

Priory Hall appartment complex. Photograph: Alan Betson

One of Dublin’s most prominent property developers wants to change the name of a north Du(...)

Alan Dukes, former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank:  “Borrowers or investors on any such list were treated in the same way as any other bank customer.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Alan Dukes, former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank, has said the bank never gave preferential treatment to any politically exposed bank borrower. “Borrow(...)

 Larry O’Mahony: he emerged from bankruptcy in Britain last year following a hearing at Macclesfield Crown Court in Cheshire, which had declared him bankrupt a year before. Photograph: Collins Courts

Larry O’Mahony was a long time associate of Tom McFeely and was involved in the infamous Priory Hall development.He was part of the Coalport company b(...)

Lessons of Priory Hall

Few victims of the property bust have been quite so unfortunate as the 240 residents of Priory Hall. Not only did they pay inflated prices for their a(...)

The Taoiseach announced that Dr Martin McAleese has agreed to oversee implementation of the agreement. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / The Irish Times

Priory Hall residents have agreed to accept the Government’s deal which will allow them to finally leave behind the unsafe apartments from which they (...)

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