Emmett Power appointed as Associate Director
In recognition of his service to the practice, and to further expand our management team, MacMinn O’Reilly Mahon are delighted to announce the appointment of Emmett Power as an Associate Director.
The death has occurred of Stewart MacMinn
We regret to announce the passing of our friend and former colleague Stewart MacMinn – April 2, 2018.
34 cranes over Dublin’s skyline as construction boom gathers pace
Most construction taking place on southside, while just five cranes north of river Liffey
SCSI House Rebuilding Guide 2014
The latest House Rebuilding Cost Guide, published annually by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI), shows that national average house rebuilding costs increased this year following a stabilisation last year and several years of decline.
Construction Begins On €13m Carrickpheirish Campus Development
MacMinn O’Reilly Mahon are pleased to announce that construction has begun on the new €13m Carrickpheirish Campus Development.
Construction ‘turns corner’ with 10,000 jobs on cards
Construction ‘turns corner’ with 10,000 jobs on cards by Irish Examiner-18.01.14
SCSI launches Home Renovation Guide 07-01-14
The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) has today launched its ‘Home Renovation Incentive (HRI) Guide’ which was developed by the Quantity Surveying…
Insurance ‘extras’ are pushing up homeowners’ bills by Irish Independent-19.09.13
HOMEOWNERS will not get cheaper house insurance by being prepared to pay part of the claims themselves, a new survey has found.
Parker Green lodges appeal over plans for Waterford centre by Sunday Business Post
Parker Green, the property company headed by the Newry tycoon Gerard O’Hare, has lodged an appeal to An Bord Pleanála after the local authority in Waterford city stymied its plans for a large-scale shopping centre.
Ulster Bank ready to resume lending for commercial real estate deals by Irish Independent- 20.05.13
ULSTER Bank is to re-enter the commercial property market with a limited appetite to advance new real estate loans and so-called vendor finance to bidders for the bank’s own property-backed assets, the Irish Independent has learnt.
Tramore land on market for €1.5m by Irish Independent- 16.05.13
A large tract of 160.5 acres, earmarked for a major development near Tramore, Co Waterford, is being offered for sale with a €1.5m guide price.
Belmayne’s once ‘gorgeous living’ taken over by Nama by Sunday Business Post 14.04.13
Belmayne, the giant housing development in north Dublin which was launched with a controversial advertising campaign, has collapsed into receivership with debts of €150 million.