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The average indicative cost of the apartments will be €327,888

The Marlet group is proposing to provide 36 apartments for social housing to a Dublin local authority at an estimated cost of €11.8 million. The aver(...)

Site  within walking distance of St Anne’s Park, the seafront and the Dart  is in a mature residential area within easy reach of the city centre.

A ready-to-go site in Raheny with permission for 12 houses is fresh to the market at €2.75 million through agent CBRE. The permission allows for 11 (...)

Conditions imposed by An Bord Pleanála on the Bailey Court project show Marlet must agree plans with Fingal County Council to deal with a risk of subsidence. Photograph: iStock

Conditions imposed on a plan to build 164 homes on the site of a disused hotel already tackle concerns raised by locals in a court challenge to the pr(...)

The proposed 164-apartment development in Howth, north Co Dublin, which is opposed by Labour Senator Aodhán Ó Ríordáin. Picture: Crekav Trading

Labour Senator Aodhán Ó Ríordáin is organising support for a judicial review to overturn approval granted for a 164-apartment development in Howth, no(...)

CGI of proposed Tivoli Place aparthotel: the  development will include guest facilities, a restaurant, retail space and an exhibition centre

Global asset manager DWS has acquired the Tivoli Theatre site on Francis Street in Dublin 8, and will forward-fund construction of an aparthotel devel(...)

Marlet chief executive Patrick Crean: Marlet subsidiary wanted a number of issues investigated, including Chambury’s decision to sell its main asset, a plot of land on Lime Street, to what Balark said was a related company. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Marlet subsidiary Balark could appeal the High Court’s rejection of its bid to have a statutory liquidator appointed to a Johnny Ronan-controlled comp(...)

 Carmel Raymond and her daughter Una at St Anne’s Park, Dublin: says it would be the “beginning of the end” should the development ever proceed.

Walking down the main avenue of St Anne’s Park in north Dublin, Carmel Raymond is visibly exercised at the prospect of hundreds of apartments emerging(...)

Residents protesting in January over a plan to build more than 500 housing units on playing pitches next to St Anne’s Park in Raheny, Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times.

Controversial plans for more than 500 homes to be built on playing pitches beside St Anne’s Park in north Dublin have been turned down by An Bord Plea(...)

Protesters against the application by Crekav Trading GP Ltd to build 536 residential units on the St Paul’s playing fields at St Anne’s Park, Raheny, Dublin, pictured in January 2018. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A High Court judge has remitted a controversial planning application for a development of 500 housing units in north Dublin to An Bord Pleanála for fr(...)

Chairman of Glenveagh John Mulcahy: Glenveagh will pay about €60 million for a site in Castleforbes with the capacity for 650 dwellings. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Housebuilder Glenveagh Properties announced it was buying four new sites for €120 million before its first annual general meeting, in Dublin on Friday(...)

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